Fixed line portability soon


The country’s dominant fixed line player with nearly 90% market share, Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), may see some erosion in earnings in the longer term if fixed line portability (FNP) picks up, especially among enterprises and businesses.

PETALING JAYA: Land line subscribers will be allowed to change their service provider between the different telecommunication providers and keep their phone number by the end of 2022 that could see more competition emerge in what was once seen as a dormant business.

The country’s dominant fixed line player with nearly 90% market share, Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), may see some erosion in earnings in the longer term if fixed line portability (FNP) picks up, especially among enterprises and businesses.

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