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Last Updated: Jul 29, 2021
If you recall, our Prime Minister Muhyiddin announced that 5G connectivity will be ready by the end of 2021. While the tech community are taking it with a dose of salt, it is quite evident that 3G is phasing out as both Celcom and unifi will shut it down gradually. That said, there are still plenty of 3G-only users especially in the rural areas of Malaysia.
Last Updated: May 11, 2021
Over the past year, Opensignal has given us plenty of reports that Malaysians have relied on mobile broadband plans by local telco operators. You would think that by now, it would make more sense to subscribe to an actual WiFi package but that's not the case. In this article, we will be taking a look at the monthly mobile data consumption in the Southeast Asia region from January 2020 until March 2021.
Digi & U Mobile are now the most improved in Opensignal's Mobile Network Experience Report April 2021Last Updated: Apr 28, 2021
Today, Opensignal returns once again with another new report. This time around, it's a new Mobile Network Experience Report April 2021 and the last one that they did was back in September 2020. According to the report, there are some big changes so read on below on everything you need to know.
Last Updated: Mar 16, 2021
Currently, the trend of having 5G on new smartphone models is inevitable. While we still have to wait until the end of this year (according to our lovely PM) for 5G connectivity, one might wonder how is the connection speed performance of a particular smartphone? Opensignal did a test and here's what you need to know on which phone performs the best in 5G.
U Mobile named most improved Malaysia telco, alongside unifi and Digi in Opensignal's Global Mobile Network Experience AwardsLast Updated: Mar 05, 2021
Today, Opensignal is back once again with another report and this time it's the Global Mobile Network Experience Awards 2021. It wasn't too long ago that they presented us with their 10th Anniversary Global Awards 2020 last year, so if you're wondering what's new in the latest one - here's what you need to know.
Opensignal report - Celcom and Maxis gained new subscribers, while Digi and U Mobile lost the most in 2020Last Updated: Feb 10, 2021
If you felt like changing your telco line over the past few months, you're not alone. With the majority of Malaysians hogging on the server network, we are experiencing slower Internet data speed no thanks to the pandemic. In fact, Opensignal noted that many Malaysians have changed their mobile operator to another in 2020.
Last Updated: Jan 20, 2021
Based on a statement by Opensignal, Malaysia managed to beat 19 countries in their voice and video experience analysis with a score of 24.7 points out of 100. With that being said, Malaysia managed to voice being placed at the bottom 20% out of the 75 countries that were analysed in the study.
Opensignal - Most Malaysian mobile gamers are still facing poor multiplayer mobile gaming experience in 4G networksLast Updated: Dec 08, 2020
So Opensignal is back once again with a new report on our mobile network experience across Malaysia. Looking into the National Digital Infrastructure Lab (NDIL) report and phase 1 plans for all the 13 states and 3 federal territories, here's what we noticed on our future mobile progress.
Opensignal's new analysis say U Mobile users have the most improved 4G Download Speed experience after MCOLast Updated: Nov 03, 2020
Previously, we reported Opensignal's analysis of Malaysia mobile data usage during the pandemic and they seem to suggest that there's a lack of WiFi network access. The company didn't stop there as they are back with another new report about our average mobile data consumption and download speed experience during the original MCO period.
Opensignal's analysis on Malaysia mobile data usage during the pandemic suggest a lack of WiFi network accessLast Updated: Oct 09, 2020
Opensignal is back again with another report and this time around, it's about analyzing mobile data consumption and experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. The report features many countries on their usage and Malaysia is included as well. If you've wondered how the rest of our Malaysian people handled mobile data consumption, read on below.