Edwin Yapp looks at Malaysia’s recent spectrum reallocation and ponders what it means to consumers, while laying out challenges for operators.
All eyes will be on Axiata Group Bhd’s first quarter financial results announcement on May 25, which will answer the question of which Malaysian telco led the industry in the first quarter of 2016.
Goh Thean Eu shares six key takeaways from Digi’s Q1 2016 results, and comes up with a surprise or two.
Digi recorded service revenue for the first quarter of 2016 of RM1.56 billion, unchanged from the preceding quarter, against challenging and competitive market conditions.
'Today, I am very sure that with the Celcom First Blue, First Gold and First Platinum plans, we are going to be trending back,' says CEO Shazalli Ramli.
Maxis has just released its Q1 2016 results, so Goh Thean Eu takes a deeper look to unearth five interesting findings.
Digi has unveiled two new broadband plans: Broadband 145 and Broadband 185, which offer customers 50GB and 100GB of data quota respectively.
Digi has launched Digi Accelerate, its accelerator programme in which the two winning startups would be able to get up to US$25,000 in seed funding each.
A deeper look into how Malaysia’s Big Three mobile operators performed in 2015 shows that 2016 is going to be another interesting year for the industry, writes Goh Thean Eu.
Digi reported a decline in net profit and revenue for both its Q4 and full year ended Dec 31, 2015, and this looks to have been caused by a hit in its migrant worker segment.