With the grand launch of YTL Comms’ next-gen network today, it is important to put this development into perspective and ask some pertinent questions, writes Edwin Yapp.
Edwin Yapp looks at Malaysia’s recent spectrum reallocation and ponders what it means to consumers, while laying out challenges for operators.
Malaysia’s No 4 mobile operator U Mobile is No 1 in one area: It has taken the lead to launch WiFi calling, reports Lum Ka Kay.
All eyes will be on Axiata Group Bhd’s first quarter financial results announcement on May 25, which will answer the question of which Malaysian telco led the industry in the first quarter of 2016.
U Mobile Sdn Bhd is looking at accelerating its network expansion this year, hoping to take advantage of the additional spectrum it is about to be granted.
U Mobile has partnered with Football Malaysia LLP to be the official co-sponsor of the ‘Superbest Power Piala FA’ and ‘Liga Premier Malaysia’ for three years.
After first announcing an auction for spectrum, the Malaysian Government did a U-turn and allocated spectrum anyway, saying it would impose yet-to-be-named upfront fees. Stymied? So’s the industry.
Mobile services enabler Sedania Innovator has sealed an agreement with U Mobile to provide Airtime Sharing (ATS) services via its proprietary platform.
U Mobile Sdn Bhd, Malaysia’s fourth largest mobile operator, may delay its initial public offering (IPO) plans because its journey to profitability has been prolonged by about one year, partly driven by changes in the competitive landscape.
Malaysians lined up to purchase their the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus at the midnight launch events organised by the country's four main telecom carriers.