DiGi.Com Bhd is said to be in talks with Prabhu Money Transfer Sdn Bhd for a possible takeover of its entire non-banking remittance business as well as Prabhu Mobile, its mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) segment. Sources said DiGi has the intention to acquire a 100% stake of the Nepalese-owned remittance company, and steering Prabhu’s
Operators across Asia have been touting their 4G achievements, with regular progress updates on base station rollouts and subscriber milestones, but as they shift away from dense urban areas they won’t be able to go it alone. That was the message from a panel discussion yesterday at the event. Celcom CFO TVT Chari said that
redONE is offering customers the widest and best mobile network at the lowest postpaid rates. Chief sales officer of redONE Network Sdn Bhd, Ben The, said their main targets group are those who are savings conscious. “We are only three years in Malaysia but we already have 700,000 users, and are looking at achieving one
Celcom Axiata Bhd is planning at least two new product launches by the end of the year, as the telecommunications company (telco) steps up its marketing campaign to boost subscriber base and revenue growth. Analysts have noted that competition among the big telcos had intensified in recent months. Celcom was among the first companies to
Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan announced today that four mobile carriers will add six per cent airtime while maintaining the more expensive prices of their prepaid reload coupons after the Goods and Services Tax (GST) came into effect yesterday. Ahmad said Celcom Axiata Bhd, DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd, Maxis Bhd and U Mobile Sdn
Altel Communications, which secured 4G-suitable spectrum in the 2600MHz band in December 2012, has postponed plans to launch post-paid services until 2015, the Malaysian Reserve reports. With the would-be operator having previously set out its stall to begin offering such tariffs in November 2014, it has been claimed that ‘technical matters’ have forced it to
According to the research arm of M&A Securities Sdn Bhd (M&A Securities), the entrance of two new mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) players; Altel Communications Sdn Bhd (Altel Communications) and Telin, in the last quarter will add to the already heated competition in the prepaid segment where additional pricing war is expected in the market.
As a MVNO, our LTE services are ready and we expect to launch our LTE prepaid products soon and LTE postpaid by year-end.
Canadian-based Redknee Solutions Inc, a global billing and charging software provider for communication services, is looking to expand its presence in Malaysia beyond the telecommunications sector
Mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) Tune Talk Sdn Bhd aims to roll-out its services across Asean, starting with Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines this year, according to chief executive officer Jason Lo.
Tune Talk kicks off Fifth Anniversary celebration with launch of aircraft livery
REDtone Mobile Sdn Bhd, aims to sign up another 500,000 subscribers this year, from 120,000 currently.
ALTEL Communications Sdn Bhd says it aims to be a leader in providing telecommunications services in both local and international markets in the near future.
Altel Communications Sdn Bhd is operating on the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) model via a partnership with Celcom Axiata Bhd.
Escape is particularly for Celcom users such as as Xpax and Celcom First and our MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) partners
The following News & Headlines was published on PrepaidMVNO during the weeks of 28-27, 2013
PrepaidMVNO has had the privilege to exclusive Interview Mr Jason Lo, CEO of Malaysian MVNO, Tune Talk Sdn.Bhd for ‘the world’s first magazine dedicated to MVNx
Altel to appoint Celcom as the exclusive infrastructure and wholesale provider of the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) services to enable Altel to operate as a MVNO, for the provisions of domestic roaming services and RAN sharing arrangements between both parties
MANILA – Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co said it will close mobile virtual network operation (MVNO) deals in North America and Middle East this year.