An oligarchy in any sector of the market results in very little competition or none at all, and this is the malaise at the heart of the telecom industry in Malaysia, writes Ajith Ram.
Customers are the focus for banks and telcos when they talk about digital services, says Karamjit Singh.
The 4G war between Maxis and Digi is at an all-time-high, but Edwin Yapp isn’t impressed with it as he believes it’s mostly rhetoric, and largely pointless to customers.
Maxis threw the 4G LTE gauntlet back at rival Digi, saying that it was the leader, even as it reported a 5% increase in revenue for its third quarter (Q3) 2015 which ended Sept 30.
Malaysians lined up to purchase their the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus at the midnight launch events organised by the country's four main telecom carriers.
Digi Bhd has entered into an alliance with Google Malaysia that will allow their customers who want to purchase apps and content on Google Play Store to directly debit their postpaid bills or via the deduction of their prepaid airtime balance.
After suffering a decline in terms of total subscriber base in the first quarter 2015, Malaysia’s mobile industry saw signs of resurrection in the second quarter. Goh Thean Eu looks at all their numbers.
Digi Telecommunications has launched a competition to find two young individuals to represent Malaysia at the Telenor Youth Forum 2015 (TYF2015), a global dialogue that aims to transform societies and build a better digital future through easy and equal access to knowledge.
DNA's Telco Deep Dive 2015 comes to a close with a wrap-up by Karamjit Singh.
Realignment has to happen this year; three possible permutations Spectrum management needs more transparency, urgency