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SUPER FAST: A TIME dotCom employee streaming a high definition video using the company's new 100Mbps line during the official launch event in Kuala Lumpur.

BROADBAND solutions provider Time dotCom Bhd has launched its Fibre 100Mbps (megabits per second) Home Broadband service which it claims is the fastest in the country.

Offered to customers living in high-rise buildings, the service is ideal for streaming high definition content, playing online games and downloading large files.

Home Broadband will bring Malaysians up to speed with other developed nations, said its Afzal Abdul Rahim, its executive director and chief executive officer.

“It is just the right time for Malaysians to enjoy a 100Mbps connection as more content providers will be offering higher definition media such as 4K videos,” he said.

Users will have a usage quota of 100GB a month which is equivalent to about 200 days of surfing the Net. If a user exceeds the quota, their connection speed will be throttled down to 1Mbps.

Users can also make calls for a flat rate of 15sen per minute to all mobile and fixed lines nationwide. Time said its 100% pure fibre optic network reaches approximately 100,000 homes in the Klang Valley and Penang.

Home Broadband is available now for an introductory price of RM179 per month and users will have to sign up for a minimum of 24 months. The package will include a cordless phone and WiFi router. — CHONG JINN XIUNG

++++ www.time.com.my

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