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Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (SingTel) is said to have signalled that it is ready to explore new acquisitions in Malaysia, particularly in the cellular sector, after a failed bid over three years ago for a strategic stake in Time dotCom Bhd.
MORE than 20,000 students from rural areas in Selangor have benefited from an Internet Education Programme (IEP), a private initiative of Time dotCom Bhd.
THERE is renewed interest in Khazanah Nasional Bhd's not insubstantial stakes in many government-linked companies following the recent sale of a 5% share in Telekom Malaysia Bhd to the Singapore government's investment agency, Temasek Holdings.
AFTER lying low for months, Time dotCom Bhd is finally moving to reposition itself as a broadband specialist with the launch of new products and services from the end of this month.
Energy, Water and Communications Minister Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik has given mobile operators until the end of October to provide coverage of blind spots in the Klang Valley, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya; and until the end of 2005 to provide full nationwide coverage.
TIME DotCom Bhd's latest offering -IWebbit/I>, a wireless broadband access service - has attracted more than 250 customers in the 3 weeks since its soft launch.
DON'T hold your breath if you're waiting for the reforms of government-linked companies (GLCs) to quickly yield efficiency and bottom-line gains. The reforms are still in the infancy stage that promises a hectic schedule for the newly appointed chief executive officers (CEOs) and board of directors at Khazanah and the GLCs.