KKMM sets up special panel to identify areas without Internet service

Zahidi said KKMM would also request other telecommunication companies to assist in ensuring rural areas could get good Internet access. — 123rf.com

GEORGE TOWN: The Communications and Multimedia Ministry (KKMM) has set up a special committee in collaboration with Telekom Malaysia (TM) to identify areas without Internet access or poor coverage so as to facilitate the home-based teaching and Learning (PdPR) method.

Its Deputy Minister, Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin said KKMM would go to the ground to see and monitor the areas without Internet access or poor coverage and take immediate action.

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