By Alexander Wong | 23 Comments
DiGi plans to invest RM75 million over the next three years to roll out 3G broadband in Penang and Sabah.
DiGi’s Head of Strategy and New Business, Albern Murty said DiGi’s broadband coverage now stands at 31% of Penang’s population with plans to cover the whole of Penang by August.
DiGi 3G broadband covers Tanjung Tokong, along Gurney Drive, Penang International Airport, Queensbay Mall and parts of Georgetown.
DiGi says it has invested in High-Speed Packet Access technology to deploy a 14.4 Mbps for fast download and upload speeds of up to 2Mbps.
We’re a bit sceptical about the 31% population coverage in Penang though, as the source didn’t specifically say if its 3G or DiGi’s EDGE service combine. Remember, before 3G, DiGi claims EDGE service as broadband as well.
No words on other states in the report.
Read SoyaCincau’s coverage on DiGi Broadband:
DiGi 3G Network Discovered
DiGi to Launch 3G Services by End March 2009
DiGi 3G Broadband: 7.2Mbps Mobile Internet Revealed
DiGi 3G Broadband Official Packages
DiGi 3G Broadband Extends Pre-Promo Coverage in PJ
DiGi 3G Broadband Now with 50GB Quota
More onfo on DiGi Broadband plans and packages HERE.