Telekom Malaysia reported that group revenues in the first quarter edged up 1.7% to RM2.42 billion from RM2.38 billion in the corresponding period last year, mainly driven by Internet and data services, particularly its UniFi high-speed broadband (HSBB) service.
Astro and Maxis have teamed up to offer packages that include Astro TV, high speed broadband and home voice services via Astro B.yond IPTV.
Maxis has refreshed its existing Home Wireless Internet offering with a new 21Mbps Home Wi-Fi modem.
Telekom Malaysia group chief executive officer Datuk Sri Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa speaks to DNA about his company’s FY12 performance and its outlook for FY13.
The CEO of TIME dotCom, which posted a record RM419.1 million in revenue for its 2012 fiscal year, speaks to Karamjit Singh about its outlook for 2013.
TM executives were a happy bunch earlier this week as the company announced a record 9% rise in group revenue to RM9.99 billion last year, versus the RM9.15 billion in 2011.
Maxis recorded revenue of RM8.967 billion for the financial year ended Dec 31 2012, 1.9% up from the RM8.8 billion in 2011, on the back of higher revenue from all business segments.
Telekom Malaysia said its high\-speed broadband (HSBB) service UniFi has surpassed the 500,000-subscriber mark, ahead of its third anniversary in March.
The average speed of broadband connectivity in Malaysia (ranked 71) lags that of Thailand (58), but continues to improve, according to the quarterly State of the Internet Report released by web technologies company Akamai for the third quarter of 2012.
TM has introduced a faster 8Mbps bandwidth for Streamyx, on top of its existing 1Mbps, 2Mbps and 4Mbps packages, as well as new business broadband packages.