Telekom Malaysia reports 8% revenue growth for the 1H2014 period, with its LTE service to come.
Young mobile Internet users in Thailand and Malaysia have rapidly adopted new mobile Internet services and rely on their mobile phones for an unexpectedly wide variety of connectivity needs, according to a new study by Telenor Group’s research arm, Telenor Research.
DiGi has launched the second local edition of the Telenor Youth Summit, a competition that calls for youth to submit ideas or initiatives on how digital communication can be used to fuel social and economic change.
DiGi.Com Bhd reported second-quarter 2014 revenue rose 5.6% year-on-year to RM1.746 billion (US$546.56 million), boosted by Internet revenue growth which increased 39.6% compared to the same quarter last year.
Maxis has announced revamped pay-per-use (PPU) data rates for postpaid users who are not on any mobile Internet data plan.
Edwin Yapp ponders the June instalment of Disrupt and comes away wondering what operators must do to boost LTE adoption in the country.
DiGi Telecommunications has announced its YouTube Internet Top Up Package, which it billed as the first of its kind.
Sonus Networks Inc, a supplier of Session Initiation Protocol-based communications equipment, expects another growth year in 2014, partly backed by the increasing adoption of the mobile Internet.
Mobile advertising network BuzzCity said more than 83.3 billion ad banners were served across its entire network in the first quarter of 2014, a 15% growth from the previous quarter, and added that mobile banking is seeing increasing adoption but is going through a stage of apathy amongst users.
DiGi expects its subscriber growth to regain traction in the remaining quarters of 2014. This came after the company recorded a marginal (quarter-on-quarter) decline in its subscriber base in the first quarter of 2014.