Telco Deep Dive

Telco Deep Dive 2018: Key leadership changes, broadband, MyTV and TM dominate headlines
Industry welcomes new minister, MCMC chairman & Celcom CEO, awaits new TM CEO Despite DTT project becoming 'unbankable' MyTV says April 2019 ASO deadline will be met
Telco Deep Dive: Sharing, not taking away telco lunch
DNA's 4th annual Telco Deep Dive brings readers a range of articles about the telco landscape in Malaysia.
The similarities between Tony Fernandes and Digi’s Albern Murty
Having recently interacted with both CEOs, Karamjit Singh sees a lot of similarities in the leadership styles of Digi’s Albern Murty and AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes.
Week in Review: Can Celcom nail its overall customer experience goal?
Focusing on the overall customer experience is the key value proposition Celcom Axiata Bhd hopes to nail down as it fights to regain some of the almost 3 million customers it lost over the past 2 years.
Three things we’ve learnt from Malaysia’s spectrum reallocation
Edwin Yapp looks at Malaysia’s recent spectrum reallocation and ponders what it means to consumers, while laying out challenges for operators.  
Week in Review: Content wars heat up, on all fronts
It has been a busy week for the ecosystem, and for DNA! While MDeC works to strengthen the gaming ecosystem, DNA does the same by adding video reviews in both English and Bahasa Malaysia; and while Astro talks up its content in the face of OTT competition, DNA offers a free PDF download of its Telco Deep Dive 2015 special report, writes Karamjit Singh.
It's all yours, the Telco Deep Dive 2015 PDF
DNA is proud to share with readers our second Telco Deep Dive PDF special, made available for you to download and read, or to keep for future reference. And yeah, it’s free!
Week in Review: Telco foul play, and a games catalyst
Our Telco Deep Dive series continues, but DNA founder Karamjit Singh sees a gaming catalyst for Asean as the big news for the week.
Telco Deep Dive: How Malaysia’s industry fared in Q1 2015
Continuing our Telco Deep Dive series, Goh Thean Eu looks at the leadership changes in Malaysia’s mobile space, with jostling over prepaid and postpaid customers, even as SMS revenue plunged.
Telco Deep Dive: MVNO Merchantrade and its ire at incumbents
In business since 2003 when it began selling calling cards, Merchantrade today lays claims to being the largest Malaysian remittance player and among the largest MVNO players. And that has become a problem as the established mobile players start attacking its migrant market segment.
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