An OpenSignal Insights report finds that Malaysia’s data consumption over the past year surpasses that of its neighbouring country in terms of growth and amount.
New Android feature makes it easier for customers to manage their mobile data usage.
APAC will account for almost two thirds of new subscribers globally by 2020.
Banks need to re-invent how they work, given the exponential speed at which technology is evolving.
Currently has 2.96 mil postpaid customers, just 10,000 shy from the market leader Maxis In the midst of revamping its dealer hierarchy
The service allows users to achieve 50% faster download speeds than prevailing LTE services Managed to demonstrate that its network was able to achieve up to 1Gbps LTE download data speeds
The GSMA’s inaugural ‘Global Mobile Trends’ offers a rich trove of industry data for the public.
New package targets migrant Indonesians Discussions ongoing to expand overseas
Maxis Bhd has introduced a mobile phone purchasing scheme that removes the upfront payment for the device and lets subscribers upgrade their phones every 12 months instead of 24 months, turning it into a more flexible installment payment programme.
Malaysian mobile operators have a golden opportunity to differentiate themselves from the competition, but only if they can capitalise on new business strategies and avoid price wars, according to Ericsson.