2016 saw Digi jumped to pole position in total subscribers market share Surprisingly, Celcom is now just 0.2 percentage points behind Maxis in terms of postpaid subscribers market share
Blackberry and Nokia hope to turn back time to the era when they ruled the smartphone and feature phone sector.
Celcom, a wholly-owned unit of Axiata, has been the group's top revenue contributor for many years. However, its business has been going through a challenging period over the past two years -- in particularly, its prepaid business.
Regional telecommunications company Axiata Group Bhd's 2016 full year net profit dived 80% at RM657 million, mainly due to higher foreign exchange loss and poor performance by its Malaysian unit Celcom Axiata Bhd.
A head-to-head comparison of Maxis and Digi's full year results.
Fourth quarter revenue and earnings jumped 1.7% and 7.7%
Mobile operator Digi.com Bhd released their full year results yesterday. Digital News Asia looks at how Digi performed in 2016 and shares some key takeaways, beyond the top and bottom-line.
The service allows users to achieve 50% faster download speeds than prevailing LTE services Managed to demonstrate that its network was able to achieve up to 1Gbps LTE download data speeds
Interfone launches its collaboration with Visa to provide an exclusive deal to its 10 million plus business card users across the Asia-Pacific region.
TPG, a telco founded by Malaysian-born Australian tycoon David Teoh 20 years ago, is used to competing with the big boys, Goh Thean Eu discovers.