For the fourth quarter ended Dec 31 2014, Maxis Bhd registered a 2.2% quarterly growth in service revenue, up to RM2.094 billion from RM2.049 billion in the third quarter.
Wrapping up our Fave 5 series, DNA editor Goh Thean Eu discusses the background of his five favourite stories he wrote in 2014, and why he chose them.
Digital payments technology provider Soft Space International Sdn Bhd announced that Maybank Bhd and Maxis Bhd have agreed to a partnership that will see the mega-corporations using the startup’s mPOS (mobile point-of-sale) technology.
There were several interesting twists to the telco plot in 2014, writes Goh Thean Eu – M&As, market shakeups, telcos invading each other's spaces, and a whole lot more.
Maxis reported service revenue remained steady at RM2.049 billion in its third quarter (Q3 2014) ended Sept 30, 2014, while normalised profit after tax inched up 2.9% from the RM480 million registered in Q2 2014 to hit RM494 million.
Following the launch of its new postpaid plan for consumers, the MaxisONE plan, Maxis Bhd has launched its all-in-one Internet plan for businesses, MaxisONE Business.
Edwin Yapp signs up for LTE and tells us his initital impressions of the much-talked about service.
Maxis has announced revamped pay-per-use (PPU) data rates for postpaid users who are not on any mobile Internet data plan.
DiGi says its LTE spectrum is sufficient for the time being Company working on refarming the 1800MHz spectrum [Original heading amended to better reflect DiGi's stand] MALAYSIA'S third largest mobile operator DiGi.com Bhd believes it has enough spectrum to grow its 4G-LTE (Fourth Generation Long-Term Evolution) coverage even though it has spectrum limitations.
While there is no reliable data to track the growth of the M2M and m-commerce market in Malaysia, the big three telcos are positioning themselves to win in this space. DNA founder Karamjit Singh has the story.