MCMC said it has served 28 compounds totalling RM1.2 million ((US$371,920) to Maxis, Celcom, DiGi and U Mobile – six times more than the compounds issued in March 2013.
DiGi expects its subscriber growth to regain traction in the remaining quarters of 2014. This came after the company recorded a marginal (quarter-on-quarter) decline in its subscriber base in the first quarter of 2014.
Celcom Axiata Bhd, a mobile operator wholly-owned by Axiata Group Bhd, hopes to kill two birds with one stone with the launch of a series of loyalty programmes on Wednesday (April 9).
The mobile operator industry in Malaysia is in flux. Goh Thean Eu crunches the numbers to see if there can be some clarity on who is going to emerge the winner amongst the Big 3.
Maxis anchors its 1,000-day journey to change mindsets upon three core values and two ways of working.
Morten Lundal believes buy-in from 30 people can trigger mindset change Company needs to get back to being great at everything, targets 2016
DiGi.Com Bhd will be investing up to RM900 million (US$275 million) in capital expenditure (capex) this year, the bulk of which will be used to widen its third generation (3G) and Long Term Evolution (LTE) network coverage.
What kind of changes can the market expect from Johan Dennelind, the charismatic incoming CEO of Maxis Bhd?
A recent report by a local telco analyst got Edwin Yapp thinking if migrating to TD-LTE would give WiMax player YTL Communications an edge.
DiGi.Com Bhd expects to allocate more for capital expenditure (capex) this year, as it aims to further expand its wireless broadband and fibre coverage.