Maxis Bhd reported a marginal decline in its first quarter net profit. However, on a normalised basis, profits were higher.
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.
The highly-competitive Malaysian telecommunications industry is now further intensified after U Mobile Sdn Bhd, the country's fourth largest mobile operator, introduced its new entry-level unlimited calls and data postpaid plans.
Celcom, a wholly-owned unit of Axiata, has been the group's top revenue contributor for many years. However, its business has been going through a challenging period over the past two years -- in particularly, its prepaid business.
Mobile operator Digi.com Bhd released their full year results yesterday. Digital News Asia looks at how Digi performed in 2016 and shares some key takeaways, beyond the top and bottom-line.
Telkom Indonesia, Indosat Ooredoo, and XL Axiata, will focus on improving network quality and offering attractive data plans for mobile-first customers.
In Pt 2 of his conversation with Karamjit Singh, Maxis CEO Morten Lundal talks about the challenge the next group of telco CEOs will face.
Digi.Com Bhd had a mixed second quarter ended June 30 2016, reporting lower pretax profit but higher profit after tax; lower prepaid revenue but higher earnings from postpaid.
Maxis registered a marginal increase in Q1 2016 net profit to RM484 million, versus RM482 million in the same period a year ago, helped mainly by its postpaid business.
Digi has unveiled two new broadband plans: Broadband 145 and Broadband 185, which offer customers 50GB and 100GB of data quota respectively.