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Perak and Penang to dismantle thousands of telco towers
IPOH: The Perak government is to dismantle all illegally erected telecommunications towers and those for which the annual permits have not been paid.
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But How About 2017?
We feel that the Malaysian market needs at least one more telco company to really give more value to the customers. These telcos have been squeezing the Malaysian public for the past decade with their arrogant customer service, pricey data charges and lopsided contracts. 962 more words
The market here needs another player to really give more options to consumers. U Mobile for instance, is just a small bit player a few years ago but they can still manage to earn over 1 billion ringgit in revenue just last year! 335 more words
A few news on Telekom Malaysia financial status recently announced:
Digital News Asia — TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd, the country’s largest fixed-line company, has unveiled its new 100Mbps (megabit per second) UniFi high-speed broadband plan. The new UniFi Pro Plan offers customers broadband speeds of 100Mbps for RM329 (US$84) a month. 25 more words