He's facing increasing competition from better-funded competitors, but TaxiMonger's Nizran Noordin takes some time out to share with DNA readers his journey thus far, and the lessons he has picked up.
Telekom Malaysia has signed an MoU with Temasya Development, a Selangor-based property developer, to provide its high speed broadband services to the latter’s residential development project in Bandar Glenmarie in the state capital of Shah Alam.
Telekom Malaysia reported that group revenues in the first quarter edged up 1.7% to RM2.42 billion from RM2.38 billion in the corresponding period last year, mainly driven by Internet and data services, particularly its UniFi high-speed broadband (HSBB) service.
The strategic tie-up between Measat Broadcast Network Systems and Maxis Communications in a deal signed on April 30 for the former to provide IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) to the latter’s subscribers is expected to be a win-win situation for both service providers, says an industry analyst.
TM, through its HyppTV service, became the first Malaysian IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) company to win an award at the TV Connect Industry Awards (previously known as IP&TV Industry awards) in Mayfair, London recently.
Telekom Malaysia group chief executive officer Datuk Sri Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa speaks to DNA about his company’s FY12 performance and its outlook for FY13.
Select-TV has launched Emagine, Malaysia’s first home-grown connected TV service, powered by high-speed broadband Internet and its own set-top box, and promising to bring a wealth of ad-free online and on-demand video entertainment to the home HDTV.
Telekom Malaysia said its high\-speed broadband (HSBB) service UniFi has surpassed the 500,000-subscriber mark, ahead of its third anniversary in March.
TM has introduced a faster 8Mbps bandwidth for Streamyx, on top of its existing 1Mbps, 2Mbps and 4Mbps packages, as well as new business broadband packages.
Some of the sites that previously restricted online sales to the United States have started shipping internationally. What will the impact of this be on Malaysian retailers of branded goods, asks Karamjit Singh.