Fahmi Fadzil: Pahang 5G network coverage has reached 65%, dropped calls issue seeing a decline

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Communications Minister Fahmi Fadzil has revealed that the 5G network coverage in Pahang has now reached 65 per cent. Furthermore, a cellular service quality test at the state also found that issues of dropped calls are also seeing a decline. 

The Communications Ministry through its Facebook page shared that Fahmi conducted the cellular service quality test of major telco networks throughout a 31km distance and 8 locations from Sungai Karang to Felda Bukit Goh. These include CelcomDigi, Maxis, U Mobile, Unifi Mobile (TM) and YES (YTL). 

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The Communications Minister revealed that the actions of the Call Establishment (CRE) function for LTE700 coverage in the 5G network from 21 to 29 December last year have yielded results. He added that some telco providers recorded a decrease of up to 70 per cent for dropped call issues, though there are still issues that need to be examined by them to improve service quality. 

Accordingly, the Ministry has asked them to submit a report to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) for further examination so that the issues will be resolved. He also believed that telco companies would diligently work to resolve these issues. 

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