After first announcing an auction for spectrum, the Malaysian Government did a U-turn and allocated spectrum anyway, saying it would impose yet-to-be-named upfront fees. Stymied? So’s the industry.
DNA editor Goh Thean Eu crunches the telco numbers, and comes up with a surprise or two.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh had extra fun on today’s Tech Talk segment on BFM as he disrupted Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs theory. Catch the podcast to hear his rationale for doing so.
Digi responded to Maxis’ callout to discuss 4G LTE claims by calling it a ‘social media gimmick,’ saying that its own main objective is to give consistent network coverage to its subscribers.
U Mobile Sdn Bhd, Malaysia’s fourth largest mobile operator, may delay its initial public offering (IPO) plans because its journey to profitability has been prolonged by about one year, partly driven by changes in the competitive landscape.
Digi.Com Bhd reported third quarter 2015 revenue had dropped to RM1.67 billion from RM1.76 billion in the corresponding period last year, although Internet revenue grew 18% year-on-year and 4.5% quarter-on-quarter.
Digi claims it now has the widest 4G LTE network in Malaysia, but what does this really mean to its users, given its limited spectrum, and how can it up the ante with its rival looking to swoop? Edwin Yapp has some ideas.
Once seen as the underdog in the Fourth Generation/ Long-Term Evolution (4G LTE) war, Digi.Com Bhd is now claiming the widest 4G LTE network in Malaysia with its 50% population coverage.
Digi.Com Bhd and its subsidiary Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd have announced the appointment of Morten Karlsen Sørby as chairman of the board at Digi.
The intense price competition amongst Malaysian mobile operators is likely to be temporary – at least, that was one of the main key takeaways from analysts briefings hosted by Digi.Com Bhd and Maxis Bhd last week.