DNA kicks off its Telco Deep Dive 2015, its second such report, with an introduction by Karamjit Singh on what to expect over the next two weeks.
While the mobile Internet continues to explode across Asia, recent research by the Telenor Group in four of its regional markets suggests that not all citizens in these societies are receiving access to the benefits of connectivity.
DNA editor Goh Thean Eu gives a simple overview of how Malaysian telcos’ broadband packages stack up against each other, as well as against other players in the region.
DNA editor Goh Thean Eu looks at the first half performance of the three major celcos in financial year 2014, where DiGi is turning the market on its head.
Digi has announced the appointment of two of its senior executives to its management team.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has announced a collaboration with Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd for its HyppTV Everywhere mobile app service, but said that it was not an exclusive arrangement.
It has been a week of ‘2s’ for Karamjit Singh as he talks about the two leadership changes DNA wrote about, and two abuses of power, with one striking very close to the heart for him.
Digi has announced the launch of the Digi Music Freedom pass, in partnership with domestic and international services.
Karamjit Singh sees innovation as a common thread running through some of the stories in DNA this week, including Frost & Sullivan’s Global Innovation Centre in Iskandar Malaysia and Goh Thean Eu’s telco recap for 2014. Oh, and Patrick Grove comes into the picture too with his impending iflix service.
Who’s winning the celco war in Malaysia? DNA editor Goh Thean Eu gets fiscal and crunches the 2014 numbers from Celcom, Digi and Maxis.