Celcom launched its new Xpax yesterday. Will this help regain some of Celcom's lost prepaid momentum?
A closer look at how the Big 3 telcos performed in Q3 2016
Celcom registered quarter-on-quarter growth in service revenue, but profits continue to decline XL managed to return to black, thanks to refinancing its USD debt to rupiah
Believes it has a 3-4 year window to catch up to larger rivals Malaysia strategy will largely be focused on cloud solutions, smart city, Pre-5G, and others.
Digi's net debt to Ebitda ratio will remain at below 1.0x Maxis net debt to Ebitda ratio will remain at approximately 2x
Intense competition partly resulted in the declining Maxis subscriber base -- lowest level in 7 years Digi also had experienced its "first" in Q3 2016
Two of Malaysia's top three mobile operators have released their third quarter results yesterday. How did they performed? Digital News Asia finds out.
The GSMA’s inaugural ‘Global Mobile Trends’ offers a rich trove of industry data for the public.
Telkom Indonesia, Indosat Ooredoo, and XL Axiata, will focus on improving network quality and offering attractive data plans for mobile-first customers.
Malaysian MVNO enters Thai market after acquiring MVNO IEC-3G for undisclosed amount.