Should Malaysia abandon its single wholesale network for 5G rollout?


EMIR, an independent think tank, which specialises in developing strategic policy recommendations has recently published a series of four articles, in which raises important questions about how 5G mobile services should be rolled out in Malaysia.

It claims that “the so-called single wholesale network (SWN) model proposition by Digital Nasional Berhad (DNB), as it stands today, doesn’t hold water from the perspectives of nation-building, technical feasibility, financial and commercial viability as well as governance and integrity”.

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