Number-crunching Goh Thean Eu looks at the 'Big 3' in Singapore's mobile telecommunications space to see how they fared in 2014.
Digi has announced the launch of the Digi Music Freedom pass, in partnership with domestic and international services.
Malaysia's third largest mobile operator Digi.Com Bhd has set an ambitious goal of becoming the best mobile Internet provider in the country, mainly by focusing on improving its customers' experience.
Singtel said it will soon deliver speeds beyond 300 Mbps for its customers, using Ericsson’s LTE-Advanced technology to deploy a tri-band Carrier Aggregation service to be deployed over Samsung Galaxy devices.
Mobile operator Digi.Com Bhd's efforts to focus on the data business and improve the mobile Internet experience appear to be yielding positive results.
For the fourth quarter ended Dec 31 2014, Maxis Bhd registered a 2.2% quarterly growth in service revenue, up to RM2.094 billion from RM2.049 billion in the third quarter.
It may have introduced a brand refresh, with a new tagline and new brand pillars, but it is still data and the mobile Internet that is driving Digi forward.
Months after rival Maxis refreshed its brand identity and in the same week that Singaporean telco giant Singtel rebranded itself, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd also rolled out a refreshed brand identity.
While 2014 seemed to have been the year where everyone craved to connect via every device, 2015 looks set to be the year where we live, breathe, play, purchase and chat via our mobile phones, writes Tencent’s Poshu Yeung.
Celcom reported third quarter 2014 revenue of RM1.93 billion, an approximately 1% dip from the previous quarter’s RM1.95 billion, although overall data revenue grew 20.4% to RM1.2 billion.