Celcom has announced that Shazalli Ramly will step down as CEO to take on a bigger role within the Axiata Group, as part of a major senior management reshuffle.
Axiata is determined that its Malaysian subsidiary Celcom will not be affected by the smaller portion of spectrum it is being allocated under a refarming exercise, despite the fact that it will have to spend more on capital expenditure.
Axiata Group posted a 7.8% growth in net profit for the financial year ended Dec 31, 2015, partly helped by forex gains and strong performances from its Sri Lankan, Cambodian and Indian units.
At the start of the WRC-15 treaty negotiations, the GSMA called on governments across the world to allocate the spectrum required to drive the continued global growth of mobile broadband.
Regional telecommunications group Axiata Group Bhd will need its two largest operating companies – Malaysia’s Celcom Axiata Bhd and Indonesia’s PT XL Axiata Tbk – to make a strong comeback in the second half, or the group may miss its 2015 targets.
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Service providers are supportive of Communications and Multimedia Minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek’s call for more affordable broadband prices, according to Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) chairman Dr Halim Shafie.
Axiata Group Bhd president and group chief executive officer (CEO) Jamaludin Ibrahim has been honoured with the 2015 GSMA Chairman’s Award at the on-going Mobile World Congress (MWC 2015) in Barcelona.
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