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.
Telco Deep Dive: Industry & regulator need to join hands, keep Malaysia on fast track to developed nation
DNA speaks to Celcom Axiata Bhd and Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd as part of the continuing coverage of its Telco Deep Dive 2018 with Celcom saying it can save RM500 million if the 5G 700MHz spectrum is given out speedily.
DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd announced that Christine Cheah and Yong Wei Shian will represent Malaysia at the second edition of the Telenor Youth Summit in Oslo, Norway from Dec 9-11.
DiGi has launched the second local edition of the Telenor Youth Summit, a competition that calls for youth to submit ideas or initiatives on how digital communication can be used to fuel social and economic change.
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DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (DiGi) recently hosted what it called the #IdeaJam, the first-ever idea accelerator session for its Challenge for Change (DiGiCFC) programme.
DiGi has announced that 20-year-old law student Farah Fathiah Fauzi and 19-year-old pre-university student Wong Gwen Yi will represent Malaysia at the first Telenor Youth Summit in Oslo from Dec 9-11.
DiGi has launched a competition calling youths aged 18 to 25 to submit ideas that use mobile technology to create social and economic change for Malaysians. Two lucky winners from this competition will represent Malaysia at the first Telenor Youth Summit, held in Oslo, Norway from Dec 9-11, and also have a chance to see their ideas presented at Nobel Peace Prize event.
Having realised its business was no longer voice but the mobile Internet, DiGi also decided that the fourth edition of its DiGi Challenge For Change (DGCFC) programme should be more in line with its business, reports A. Asohan.
When it rolled out its 3G network in 2009, DiGi realised it had to act like an Internet company, but its advertising tagline 'Internet for All' became more than just that and is now part of the company's DNA (ahem!).