Not adopting sensible approach may see Malaysia have more problems later Changing mindsets for the new 5G business models seen as equally important
Postpaid revenue grew 9.6% y-o-y to US$179.5 million while prepaid revenue declined 9.7% y-o-y to US$180.7 million.
40,000 new jobs to be created over next 5 years due to 5G implementation 5GDP made possible with cooperation of state govts, local authority and service providers
5G is no pie in the sky. It is a key foundation for Malaysia's economic strength, providing a set of tools for businesses and consumers to use to elevate their capabilities.
Test 5G Multi Operator Core Network, demonstrating rollout capability and the feasibility of 5G infrastructure sharing.
If MCMC and the government do not prepare the country for good, high quality, widely available and reliable networks, then the impact on the national economy can be grave.
MCMC Chairman, Al-Ishsal Ishak gets first hand VR experience joining students VR experience offers clear example of immense possibilities of 5G in education
Working together with Langkawi police and city council to launch 4K video cameras Celcom to expand 5G use cases on island to cargo, fleet management and other use