Two of Malaysia's top three mobile operators have released their third quarter results yesterday. How did they performed? Digital News Asia finds out.
Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile together with edotco today announced a collaboration to standardise the industry’s Health, Safety & Environment requirements for a safer working culture across the industry.
Recently, the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission announced that it will be charging the mobile operators fees for the 900MHz and 1800MHz spectrum it is allocating. How will this impact the telcos and the consumers? Goh Thean Eu writes.
Organisations that aim to capture the digital opportunity in this age of disruption need to focus on their core before their tech, writes Karamjit Singh.
In Pt 2 of his conversation with Karamjit Singh, Maxis CEO Morten Lundal talks about the challenge the next group of telco CEOs will face.
Maxis CEO Morten Lundal spends 90mins with Karamjit Singh to talk about digital, Google, Facebook and making lots of money from digital services.
An old-school property CEO embraces clicks to enhance his brick-and-mortar business, which has Karamjit Singh wondering if this is the start of a hybrid model for traditional companies to adapt to digital.
It may have looked that there was nothing to celebrate about Maxis’ numbers, but a closer look throws up a surprise or two, writes Goh Thean Eu.
With the grand launch of YTL Comms’ next-gen network today, it is important to put this development into perspective and ask some pertinent questions, writes Edwin Yapp.
Digi may have won the subscriber base battle, but how did Malaysia's Big Three perform in other areas? Read on, and be prepared for a surprise or two.