DiGi, Celcom and Maxis get largest fine in one sitting for dropped calls

PETALING JAYA: Communications regulator Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has served RM190,000 in compounds to three of the biggest telcos in the country over dropped calls in the largest fine served in one sitting.

DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd was the biggest culprit with a total of four compounds amounting to RM100,000, while Celcom Axiata Bhd was slapped with RM60,000 via three compounds.

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