Businesses and consumers in Malaysia need not worry about the performance of the country’s broadband infrastructure despite the increase in traffic the nation has experienced during the four weeks it has been on partial lockdown, said the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).
Govt committed to ensure no one from B40 & M40 group left behind NFCP to improve Malaysia’s digital connectivity, especially in rural areas
If MCMC and the government do not prepare the country for good, high quality, widely available and reliable networks, then the impact on the national economy can be grave.
Massive endeavours set to be foundations of a digitally competitive country National Digital ID framework coming, NFCP and 5G rollout complementary initiatives
Preference for single entity via a consortium formed by multiple licensees 700 MHz, 3.5 GHz and 26/28 GHz bands, set for initial deployment
Has highest 5G use cases among telcos participating in 5G Demonstration Project Aspiration to deliver efficient and cost effective 5G infra via infrastructure sharing
Recognises outstanding services as well as to instill a culture of quality excellence 4 parameters used to pick winners including customer satisfaction and network investment
NFCP is not a mega project but rather is a much-needed and important plan.
CEOs of Malaysia’s main telcos signed the Consumer First Pledge that aims to raise consumer experience across the board.