Telenor Group subsidiaries Digi in Malaysia and dtac in Thailand have launched its Capture app, which allows users to save and share photos and video from any device through the Telenor cloud.
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.
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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.
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.
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.