Focusing on Digital Citizens and Cyber Wellbeing, and Digital Inclusion Research will allow MCMC to make decisions based on data, evidence
Flip side of high operator margins are poor Quality of Service, low innovation Mechanism to ensure dominance does not have negative impact on competition
Malaysia's audacious and controversial plan to employ a single wholesale network (SWN) in its bid to build the country’s next generation 5G network has met with a continuum of views, with some in the industry questioning whether it is the best course of action.
The National Digital Network infrastructure plan is achieving its targets, says MCMC, though there are still kinks to work out.
Three parties deployed the CONNECTme NOW broadband service via satellite at two more rural locations in Sabah
Response to consumer complaints on delay in services by telcos Telcos have 10 business days to resolve commercial negotiations In ensuring better services to the citizens, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has developed a fast track process to resolve access issues in high priority areas.
The Malaysian national connectivity and digital infrastructure provider is providing free Wi-Fi access at B40 communities as well as bridging online learning gaps through affordable packages
Until 30 April 2021, Malaysian telco customers get access to 1GB of free internet daily for learning and productivity tools
In the first quarterly report of the National Digital Network plan (Jendela), the MCMC lists down the successes in increasing internet coverage in the country, its shortfalls, and the progress in getting telecommunications recognised as a third utility.
Penalised for failure to comply with Mandatory Standards QoS Reaffirms firm stance against failure to maintain standards set in CMA’98