Although mobile operator Celcom Axiata Bhd showed signs of stabilisation in its first quarter results, the company believes it may likely take another quarter to further stabilise and expect an uptrend in momentum only in the second half.
This is Malaysia’s first 5G trial and the first in Southeast Asia conducted on the 28GHz band.
The company is planning a capital expenditure of up to RM1.4 billion this year, and part of it will go to the IT transformation programme.
This new service will be available on devices using Android Messages as the default messaging application and will be supported by Celcom’s network.
The worst is expected to be over for Celcom Axiata Bhd, and its CEO Michael Kuehner has a plan to turn the company around. Goh Thean Eu writes.
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Currently has 2.96 mil postpaid customers, just 10,000 shy from the market leader Maxis In the midst of revamping its dealer hierarchy
Shazalli Ramly is a tough act to follow, but DNA editor Goh Thean Eu has some pointers for incoming CEO Michael Kuehner.
Celcom has announced that Shazalli Ramly will step down as CEO to take on a bigger role within the Axiata Group, as part of a major senior management reshuffle.