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Telekom Malaysia to offer free iflix content

Telecom Asia — Telekom Malaysia has entered an agreement to provide OTT video provider iflix’s service to the operator’s home UniFi and Streamyx high-speed broadband customers.  33 more words

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Telekom comes to Pantai Hill Resort

After years of disappointment and failure to bring a land line into Pantai Hill Resort, the dark clouds finally parted. Our ‘Lobbying’ efforts in 2015 has finally succeeded – Telekom Malaysia is  here! 28 more words
Infrastructure

Telekom Malaysia signs HSBB 2 deal with govt

Telekom Malaysia has signed two new major broadband deals with the government covering the deployment of more broadband infrastructure. The company disclosed it has entered public-private partnership agreements with the Malaysian government covering the implementation of the second phase of the national High Speed Broadband (HSBB) network project and the Suburban Broadband Project (SUBB). 7 more words

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Telekom M'sia forms alliance with Cambodian Internet service provider

The Star — KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) is strengthening its regional footprint in South-East Asia by teaming up with MekongNet, a leading Internet service provider and Internet exchange provider in Cambodia.  36 more words

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TM wins deal to help deploy new subsea cable

Telecom Asia — Telekeom Malaysia (TM) has secured a 20-year contract to help construct, deploy and manage a new subsea cable system for the nation. The  Sistem Kabel Rakyat 1 Malaysia (SKR1M) is designed to link Peninsular Malaysia with Sabah and Sarawak. 46 more words

APAC

Telekom Malaysia inks deal with Time dotCom for SKR1M cable

The Star — KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd has signed a construction and maintenance agreement with a unit of TIME dotCom Bhd for a new submarine cable system, Sistem Kabel Rakyat 1 Malaysia (SKR1M).   60 more words

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Australia's internet hit hard by massive Malaysian route leak

A misconfiguration at Telekom Malaysia late last week caused large-scale routing issues which cascaded through providers in Oceania and elsewhere in the world, resulting in customers experiencing severe network problems.  52 more words

Australia