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MiTV Corp Sdn Bhd, the operator of the country's second pay television, plans to lease 20 more telecommunications tower facilities from Celcom (M) Bhd to broadcast its programmes under the second phase of its expansion drive, MiTV chief executive officer and deputy chairman Datuk Rosman Ridzwan said.
CELCOM says it has the most extensive network coverage, spanning over 95% of all the populated areas in the country. As a service provider, it says it is the collective duty and equal responsibility of all the cellulr telcos to provide the best level of service to consumers.
THE Government seems to be caught in a tug of war with cellular operators over the implementation of domestic roaming if there are connectivity problems after 2005. No operator wants to open its network in the urban centres to its rivals although it does not mind doing so for the remote areas. But before domestic roaming can be implemented, the Government would have to spell out the areas that should be open for domestic roaming and address the commercial, technical and operational issues that operators faced. Three industry players share their views withIStarBiz/Iassistant news editor B.K. SIDHU. /B>
DIGI says it is very pro-sharing of towers and it has facilitated infra sharing in the past.