The telco introduces two plans under the Malaysian government’s initiative to provide families and individuals access to home-learning and Internet.
Not adopting sensible approach may see Malaysia have more problems later Changing mindsets for the new 5G business models seen as equally important
YTL Communications shares the first update of its Terragraph trial in Penang since it went live on March 1.
From Malaysia’s Minister of Communications and Multimedia and Prime Minister to YTL Communications, Facebook and perhaps the world, all eyes are on Penang as Terragraph begins its trial run in Georgetown.
YTL Comms CEO Wing K. Lee is excited about finally being able to compete on an even footing against the other telcos, with the launch of its LTE network, writes Karamjit Singh.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh’s thoughts are all over the place in his Week in Review column. But do you agree that he should not offer critiques and feedback in public anymore?
YTL Comms CEO optimistic of breaking even, declines to say when Plans to launch LTE in near future, Samsung the expected vendor
YTL Communications Sdn Bhd’s 1BestariNet project to connect 10,000 national schools across Malaysia with its YES 4G Internet service, integrated with the cloud-based Frog VLE (Virtual Learning Environment), won the Best Broadband Cloud Award at the 2013 Broadband InfoVision Awards ceremony held recently in Amsterdam.
It was a low profile introduction for the Syed Mokhtar al-Bukhary owned telco, Altel Sdn Bhd, one of the nine telecommunications companies with some 2.6GHz spectrum allocated for Long Term Evolution (LTE) services.