UPDATE: TM has officially announced the resignation of Dato Sri Mohammed Shazalli Ramly.
Dato’ Sri Mohammed Shazalli Ramly was reported to have tendered his resignation as the group CEO of Telekom Malaysia. He took the role since 1 May 2017, following the retirement of the previous Group CEO, Tan Sri Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa.
The brand believes that “you” as the consumer can do things better and that’s why they are offering a fully customisable mobile plan.
UPDATE: Yoodo is now official.
If you’re looking for more options in the telco space, there’s a new player in town. It isn’t clear if they are offering a postpaid or a prepaid plan, but it promises something different from the usual traditional plans.
It looks like another acquisition is taking place in the Malaysian e-commence scene. After Alibaba bought a controlling stake in Lazada Malaysia, it was reported that Alibaba and JD.com are competing to take control of Malaysia’s 2nd largest e-commerce site, 11street.
TM has announced Dato’ Sri Mohammed Shazalli Ramly as its new Managing Director/Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with effect from 1 May 2017. This is followed by the retirement of its current Group CEO, Tan Sri Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa.
Celcom today announced its newest app that promises to provides a secure, worry free experience that utilises Advanced Encryption Standards (AES) 256 technology; a globally recognised encryption system to secure your information.
Celcom too is offering the Nokia E7 and carries a cheaper bundled price of RM1108. No details have been revealed on the plan and the promo on their website is merely driving people to their PC Expo roadshow at Midvalley this weekend until 6th March 2011.
Like its past bundling of devices, most likely the RM1108 E7 price is tied to a Celcom Exec 250 plan and we believe there are other contract options on Celcom Exec 50 as well. As comparison, Maxis offers the Nokia E7 from RM1499 with a 2 year contract.
Thanks to rakyat biru for informing us!
Celcom is making it easier to stay connected overseas with its flat rates on international roaming. All SMS sent from abroad are now charged at a flat rate of 98 sen. For voice calls while roaming, Celcom now charges a flat rate but varies depending on which zone. Each zone is actually based on region with Zone 1 being Singapore, Zone 2 within Asia Pacific, Zone 3 for Europe and North America, Zone 4 for Middle East and Zone 5 for other countries in the rest of the world.
If you’re a Celcom Exec or Celcom Biz customer who is away from home this festive season, here’s a contest just for you. They are giving away a VW Golf TSI 1.4 and BlackBerry Torch for lucky subscribers that make bulk number of calls back to Malaysia from selected telcos under the AXIATA Umbrella. This includes Singapore (M1), Sri Lanka (Dialog), Indonesia (XL), Bangladesh (Robi) and Cambodia (Hello).
To be in the running to win the VW Golf car, just make 20 calls home to Malaysia from 18th January till 12th April. If you’re selected, you would be asked to answer 2 questions related to Celcom. For the BlackBerry Torch, just make 10 calls to be in the running and they are giving out 10 units each month.
Celcom Axiata is doing a weekend only promo which offers free calls and mobile internet for high usage subscribers on Celcom Exec. The weekend promo runs from Friday 00:00 midnight until Sunday 23:59 and it is valid from now until 31st January 2011. However it doesn’t really look as simple as it seems and the information on their website is overly complicated.