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PETALING JAYA: Both Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) and Time dotCom Bhd will benefit more in a 5G environment versus the mobile players by leasing more of their fibre to the latter. In addition, the likelihood of retail broadband pricing coming down further may be slim for now.
PETALING JAYA: The contraction in Telekom Malaysia Bhd’s (TM) unifi business is expected to persist due to the impact of the mandatory standard on access pricing (MSAP), which made service providers offer faster yet cheaper broadband plans.
THE government is considering setting up a single national network infrastructure company (netco) to own and run the nation’s 5G network, which will have multiple shareholders, sources say.
Where does Malaysia really stand in terms of Internet connectivity? Well, according to one measurement – average fixed broadband speed – from the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) Industry Performance 2018 report, the country moved up from 32nd in the world from 56th in 2017, a commendable improvement.
PETALING JAYA: Telcos in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia pay the highest dividends to their respective governments, according to Moody’s rating agency.
The Budget with its theme,"Driving growth and equitable outcomes towards shared prosperity," is the second for Pakatan Harapan since the coalition won power.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government and telecommunication companies (telcos) need to find a balance through continuous engagements in fulfilling national agenda of providing affordable and faster internet to Malaysians, as well as protecting profitability as the industry's race for cost efficiency.
PETALING JAYA: Seven months after the implementation of the Mandatory Standard on Access Pricing (MSAP), Internet users are still waiting for higher broadband speeds at good prices.