Got Unifi Turbo but not getting full speed? You may be eligible for a free modem replacement

Unifi Turbo Speed upgrade old modem

With TM’s Unifi Turbo campaign, eligible Unifi customers could get upgraded up to 800Mbps. Since the speeds are up to 10X faster, the existing modem and router that came with your original fibre broadband plan might not be good enough to provide an optimal broadband experience. 

If you’ve gotten the upgrade but can’t seem to enjoy full speeds, TM has made it easier for you to check if you need to replace any hardware.

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Here’s how you can check your Unifi Turbo upgrade status

Check Unifi Turbo

When TM announced its Unifi Turbo upgrade, they did mention that the speed upgrade will be rolled out in stages. Some customers have gotten it earlier while others are still waiting for their connection to get Turbo-ed.

Previously, TM introduced a page where customers can check if they are eligible for Unifi Turbo upgrade. Unfortunately, it couldn’t cope with the sheer traffic and TM was forced to disable the search function. Now, there’s an easier way to check and it will also inform you when your Turbo upgrade is coming.

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Meeting with Telekom Malaysia “fruitful” says Gobind

Communications minister, Gobind Singh Deo said his meeting with Telekom Malaysia last week was a “fruitful” one, but he is not authorised to disclose what was discussed in the meeting, according to The Edge Markets.

Speaking to reporters at the Parliament lobby yesterday, Gobind said the government’s stance remains that it will take all necessary steps to assist TM in addressing its challenges post the implementation of Mandatory Standard on Access Pricing (MSAP). MSAP determines the wholesale network pricing for the industry, with the intent to make broadband pricing more affordable to the end consumer.

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TM likely to drop out of top-30 KLCI companies list

TM is likely to drop out of the FBM KLCI when leading stock market indices provider FTSE Russell announces its review next month. At the same time, Top Glove Corp Bhd — one of the world’s largest rubber glove manufacturers — could see itself being listed on the index, based on its market capitalisation as of last Friday, The Edge Markets reported.

The FBM KLCI, is a stock market index, that list 30 of the largest companies on the Bursa Malaysia by market capitalisation that meet the eligibility requirements of the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Index Ground Rules.

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