Malaysia's fourth largest mobile operator U Mobile Sdn Bhd is going to be aggressive with its Fourth Generation/ Long Term Evolution (4G LTE) network rollout this year as it aims to close the gap with the top three operators.
The lack of transparency in pricing and subscription plans is driving customers away from their telecommunication service providers, Frost & Sullivan said in a statement.
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U Mobile has launched its ‘Vision 2 Million’ campaign, with which it aims to add two million new subscribers by Dec 31 2014.
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U Mobile has announced an expansion strategy to strengthen its network through the rollout of an additional 1,000 new 3G (Third Generation) and 1,000 new 4G LTE (Fourth Generation/ Long-Term Evolution) sites.
U Mobile has rolled out its U Mobile QuickPay mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) solution, which only requires a smartphone, the Quickpay app and an EMV (Europay/ MasterCard/ Visa) approved card reader for transactions to take place.
U Mobile has signed a ‘master infrastructure services agreement’ with communications infrastructure services company edotco that the former said would accelerate its network rollout and improve customer experience.