Programmes like Digi’s Incub8 are a key part of parent group Telenor’s overall strategy in transforming from a telco into a digital services provider, writes Karamjit Singh.
Telenor Group announced that it has surpassed the 200-million mobile subscriber mark, with Malaysia’s Digi leading the way in terms smartphone penetration across among Telenor’s six operations in Asia.
Digi.Com Bhd and its subsidiary Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd have announced the appointment of Morten Karlsen Sørby as chairman of the board at Digi.
DNA kicks off its Telco Deep Dive 2015, its second such report, with an introduction by Karamjit Singh on what to expect over the next two weeks.
While the mobile Internet continues to explode across Asia, recent research by the Telenor Group in four of its regional markets suggests that not all citizens in these societies are receiving access to the benefits of connectivity.
The board of directors of Telenor Group has announced the appointment of Sigve Brekke as the new group president and chief executive officer (CEO), taking on the role to be vacated by Jon Fredrik Baksaas effective Aug 17, 2015.
Telenor Group has announced the appointment of Albern Murty, currently COO of Digi.Com Bhd, as its new CEO. Current Digi CEO Lars-Åke Norling will take on the CEO role in Total Access Communication PCL (dtac) in Thailand.
Access, affordability and services are key to bringing the internet to Asia's mass market, says Telenor executive vice president Sigve Brekke.
Telenor Group said it expects to increase its mobile Internet subscriber base in Asia to 45 million users by year’s end, an increase of approximately 64% year-over-year and the company’s fastest uptake of mobile Internet users to date.
Axiata group CEO Jamaludin Ibrahim has set a target for at least five of the group’s companies to become digital telco companies by 2019. The group however has to make up for lost time compared with SingTel and Telenor, writes Karamjit Singh.