Penalised for failure to comply with Mandatory Standards QoS Reaffirms firm stance against failure to maintain standards set in CMA’98
MCMC works closely with telcos to provide needed infrastructure to businesses Allianz Malaysia sees a digital first world, embraces trend since few years ago
The Malaysian Ministry of Communications and Multimedia has announced a new chairman, who replaces Al-Ishsal Ishak, whose 2-year tenure has been ended 4-months early.
The Malaysian government has been providing free digital TV decoders to the B40 and people with disabilities groups, though the deadline for application draws near.
Highlights of the annual report, that will be made available in June by the MCMC, finds that Malaysia has achieved a commendable achievement in the Communications & Multimedia industry for 2019.
The GSM Association (GSMA) does not believe the ongoing global Covid-19 pandemic will adversely affect worldwide 5G rollouts but concedes that near- to mid-term deployment schedules may be delayed, and demand from consumers may be weakened.
Customers in yellow, red zones advised to get wireless broadband services Service staff, customers must have face masks & practise social distancing
Businesses and consumers in Malaysia need not worry about the performance of the country’s broadband infrastructure despite the increase in traffic the nation has experienced during the four weeks it has been on partial lockdown, said the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).
2014 fatwa directing MCMC to block certain sites, deemed not contravening law Movement Control Order to generate more cyber & IT related disputes in the Court Legality of online contracts
Govt committed to ensure no one from B40 & M40 group left behind NFCP to improve Malaysia’s digital connectivity, especially in rural areas