Astro and Maxis have teamed up to offer packages that include Astro TV, high speed broadband and home voice services via Astro B.yond IPTV.
The Astro On-The-Go service is now available for Malaysians anywhere in the world, the company announced at a launch in Melbourne.
The CEO of TIME dotCom, which posted a record RM419.1 million in revenue for its 2012 fiscal year, speaks to Karamjit Singh about its outlook for 2013.
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.
Maxis recorded revenue of RM8.967 billion for the financial year ended Dec 31 2012, 1.9% up from the RM8.8 billion in 2011, on the back of higher revenue from all business segments.
Astro said its customers can now access and download their favourite video-on-demand (VOD) programs anytime on their B.yond PVR (personal video recorder) with the newly launched Astro Wi-Fi Dongle, which adds wireless Internet access.
Maxis announced its financial results for the nine months ended Sept 30, 2012, saying it registered overall growth in all its core business segments, but reported lower profits after tax.
Fixed-line provider TIME dotCom Bhd and Cyberjaya master developer Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd have announced a collaboration to introduce fiber connectivity to homes and offices in the city.
Astro Digital, a subsidiary of Astro Malaysia Holdings Berhad, has entered into a strategic collaboration with Google to extend the distribution of its branded content to Malaysia and the rest of the world via YouTube.
Astro and Maxis have embarked on a strategic partnership to bring integrated communications and entertainment packages to Malaysian consumers.