UPDATE: Digi has given us a full statement!
Mengamuk. It’s really the perfect word to describe the man in this picture who walked into Digi‘s headquarters in Subang Hi Tech and started flinging eggs everywhere. Don’t worry, there’s a video.
If you’ve been experiencing dropped calls or delayed SMS/messaging in recent times, it’s probably because your telecommunication service provider (telco) is currently carrying out recalibration work on their base stations.
Most of these disruptions should be minor and primarily affect 2G customers. However if you’re experiencing prolonged service disruption, what do you do?
Well, the Consumer Forum of Malaysia (CFM) recommends that you call your telco.
Webe’s international roaming gives you unlimited data usage in 18 selected countries for RM39/day. Is it any good? Well, I went to Singapore to find out.
TM today has officially launched webe, its digital mobility arm to complement its existing fixed broadband and convergence business. Since its
launch brand reveal on 13 April, TM aspires to do things differently, promising to reimagine the mobile space.
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Tune Talk has a brand new plan for Indonesians living in Malaysia, with more data to satisfy ever growing mobile data needs and of course, the need to keep in touch with the folks back home.
Digi apparently has a postpaid plan just for students, starting from RM38 a month.
Following TM’s acquisition 2 years ago, P1 is now revamped to webe. Webe is not just Malaysia’s latest telco but it also marks TM’s re-entry in offering the mobile services. To differenciate themselves, webe is positioning themselves as a community powered by 4G.
For a long time now, the 4G operator scene in Malaysia has been dominated by four companies — Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile. However, at the end of last year, we reported that there would be a new player entering the scene in 2016 and it seems this could be it.
Towards the end of 2015, our Malaysian telcos have been fighting over who has the widest 4G coverage. If you think about it, it is like having a bunch of guys boasting about their own manhood. Everyone claims to have the longest but nobody can actually verify it.
According to OpenSignal’s latest data updated on 11 March 2016, Digi currently has the widest coverage in Malaysia. So looks like it’s a win for team yellow as it claims to currently cover 72% population with 4G LTE.
But is this really true?