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Digi records healthy growth in 2014, fuelled by solid momentum on data
Solid data growth fuelled Digi.Com Berhad (Digi) to a strong finish in 2014, with data revenues accounting for 40% of the Group’s overall service revenues in the fourth quarter of 2014.
Telenor, SPH and others combine forces on classifieds platform
South Africa’s Naspers Ltd, Norway’s Schibsted Media Group and Telenor Group, and Singapore Press Holdings have agreed to establish joint ventures to develop their online classifieds platforms in four key markets: Brazil, Indonesia, Thailand and Bangladesh.
Week in Review: From Norway to Singapore to Malaysia
Much to his surprise, while attending an Internet conference in Oslo, DNA founder Karamjit Singh discovers many familiar challenges and obstacles faced by Scandinavian entrepreneurs.
Telenor adapting to a data-centric world
Telenor CEO Jon Fredrik Baksaas tells DNA founder Karamjit Singh the 160-year old telco is doing everything it can to remain relevant in an increasingly data-centric world.
Can IoT save Malaysian telcos?
Consumer market facing rising cost of living and limited budgets Key to growing the IoT business is to create value for consumers  
Internet for All: Telenor on the essentials
Access, affordability and services are key to bringing the internet to Asia's mass market, says Telenor executive vice president Sigve Brekke.
Telenor aims to connect 45 million Internet users in Asia by year-end
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 looks at possible tech acquisitions
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.
DiGi able to roll out LTE despite spectrum limitation: COO
DiGi says its LTE spectrum is sufficient for the time being Company working on refarming the 1800MHz spectrum [Original heading amended to better reflect DiGi's stand] MALAYSIA'S third largest mobile operator DiGi.com Bhd believes it has enough spectrum to grow its 4G-LTE (Fourth Generation Long-Term Evolution) coverage even though it has spectrum limitations.
The Big 3 and gaps in the M2M, m-commerce ecosystems
While there is no reliable data to track the growth of the M2M and m-commerce market in Malaysia, the big three telcos are positioning themselves to win in this space. DNA founder Karamjit Singh has the story.
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