TFP Solutions’ fibre broadband play


Speaking with StarBizWeek, TFP managing director Datuk Hussian @ Rizal A Rahman says its joint-venture business will target the “unserved and underserved” areas in Malaysia.

ONLY two companies – Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) and TIME Dotcom Bhd – typically come to mind when one talks about fixed fibre broadband infrastructure providers in Malaysia.

TIME, through its own fibre network, serves the high-density, high-rise premises, while TM leases out its fibre-optic capacity to other telecommunication companies such as Maxis Bhd, Digi.Com Bhd and Celcom Axiata Bhd through wholesale agreements at regulated rates.

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