Telco's Celcom and Digi want to see a more strealined and efficient system for them to be able to rollout their infrastructure quicker and more economically.
Partnership is part of telco’s ongoing plan to seek access from every access provider in the market.
MyRepublic details plans to deploy a Next Generation Pre-5G IoT-enabler network in Singapore
TIME dotCom Bhd said it recorded RM175.4 million in revenue for the second quarter ended June 30 2016 (Q2 2016), 7.1% higher than in Q2 2015.
Given that a competitor had recently announced a fixed broadband plan that dropped many a jaw, the newly-launched MaxisOne Home plan may seem a bit of an anti-climax for some, but it does deliver one clear message, writes Goh Thean Eu.
Maxis reported a 38% jump in Q4 net profit, driven mainly by its growing prepaid and postpaid business even while those segments saw a decline in subscribers.
Singtel said it will offer a 10Gbps fibre broadband service to residential customers in Singapore starting this month.
MyRepublic, the Singapore-based fibre broadband player, is looking forward to when it can launch in Malaysia, confident that it will find a rich vein of customers.
Fibre broadband operator ViewQwest announced its capability to offer 2Gbps fibre broadband, claiming this was the first in the world outside of Japan, and the fastest residential Internet connectivity in Singapore.