Seven years after launching, Telekom Malaysia’s high speed broadband revenue eclipses voice, while Axiata Group gets ready to be aggressive with Celcom.
Internet-related business now TM's top revenue contributor, thanks to Unifi
Telekom Malaysia gets boost from internet, data and other services with US$1.99 billion in revenue for first nine months of 2016.
TM plans to introduce usage based pricing within the next 2 to 3 years, feels higher speeds will lead to higher usage of value added services.
TM and I&P have entered a strategic partnership which will see the latter’s future development projects in the Klang Valley and Johor getting TM’s high-speed broadband network infrastructure and services.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) posted revenue growth of 2.9% year-on-year (YoY) to RM2.9 billion in the first quarter ended March 31 2016, from RM2.8 billion in the corresponding period last year. The growth was mainly driven by higher contribution from Internet services revenue.
After suffering in the early years, Malaysian-based business software maker Authentic Venture Sdn Bhd is starting to enjoy the benefits of its cloud strategy.
Telekom Malaysia has launched its 100Mbps Unifi plan that it hopes will allow customers to enjoy its service more than ever. But will they fork out the premium for the service, ponders Goh Thean Eu?
HK conglomerate PCCW is optimistic that its Viu VOD service will garner high ratings in Malaysia, thanks to its tie-up with Telekom Malaysia
TM and Celcom Axiata have struck three deals that will allow them to extend both their customer offerings.