TM has just added more options for its Unifi Mobile postpaid offering. After introducing its unlimited postpaid plan at RM99/month, there are additional four plans that start from as low as RM19/month.
TM has reported a service interruption which affects Unifi and TM fixed line customers in Sibu and Tanjung Manis. The interruption in central Sarawak is believed to be caused by cable vandalism and TM’s technical team are on location to fix the damage.
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.
When TM announced its
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.
When TM announced their Turbo speed upgrade for Unifi, it was only limited to home users. We are told that the speed upgrades for business subscribers will be rolled out at a later date. Before the year comes to an end, it appears that TM has commenced its first phase of Unifi Biz Turbo upgrades.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo asserted today that he will not allow any petitions obstruct him from doing his ministerial duties.
Referring to an online petition demanding that he resign as minister after his criticism of monopoly service provider Telekom Malaysia (TM) Bhd, the minister said the petitioners are free to initiate it.
A few days ago, a petition was created on Change.org calling for Gobind Singh Deo, the current communications minister to resign on allegations of making statements that are deemed unfair towards TM. The claims that the statements made by the minister have caused TM to lose RM12 billion in market capitalisation since he took office. The petition has since collected over 23,000 virtual signatures. It could be argued that due to this pressure, the minister has taken a more measured tone when making statements about TM.
Streamyx users have constantly complain about being neglected from the recent broadband price reduction. Now that TM and Gobind are finally talking to each other, hopefully, the public will be getting what they want very soon. Here are several things that need to be addressed in order to bring more Malaysians up to speed.
After several exchanges through the media and social network platforms, Gobind Singh Deo, the minister of Communications and Multimedia has assured that the Malaysian government is prepared to assist the telco to find a solution for Streamyx that will benefit everyone. In his tweet, he added that he looks forward to discuss proposals with TM on the matter by next week.