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Nov 14, 2022
Today, U Mobile announced that it has signed a collaboration agreement with TIME dotCom (Time). The initiative is understood to be a long-term strategy for U Mobile's Home Broadband lineup, which will increase its Malaysian household reach by more than seven folds, especially those in high-rise residential areas in major cities.
Oct 06, 2022
Previously, we reported on how TIME Malaysia’s upcoming 2Gbps advertisement videos were spotted in KL city before its potential unveiling tomorrow (7 October 2022). Now, the company itself has announced that the 2Gbps package plan is indeed coming, with the official packages and their respective prices already circulating on social media.
Sep 10, 2022
What makes for a good home Internet plan, particularly in Malaysia? Obviously, there are a few factors that we can all agree on. So, let's check out these 4 main factors that Malaysians consider important for a good home Internet plan!
Apr 16, 2021
Yesterday on 15 April 2021, there was a second quarterly Jendela report by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC). While it was a rather long report, sources have pointed out that the 4G LTE and internet network strength are still being criticized over the past few months.
Jul 14, 2020
If your home or office is using TIME dotCom's internet services, you're probably wondering why your internet is down. TIME Fibre Home Broadband users started reporting the loss of their internet connection around 3 PM today. The service disruption seems to be fairly widespread, as users from different parts of Klang Valley have been affected.
Jun 06, 2020
With an end to the COVID-19 pandemic nowhere in sight, our country has to make an effort to bring things back to normal to ensure our economy doesn't deteriorate. Many companies are finding ways to help and for telcos, it's mostly free internet. to find new ways to contribute. To that end, telco operators based in Malaysia will continue to provide certain industries with free internet.
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #13 - Xiaomi Q1 2020, realme achievements, Samsung, Digi, Matebook X Pro, TIME, Kaspersky, MediaTek NB-IoT, Huawei, G.SKILL, Epson EH-TW7000, Microsoft Build 2020, Grab, Special: Netflix GuidesJun 03, 2020
In this episode of TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #13 we have the Xiaomi Q1 2020 revenue report and YoY growth, more realme achievements, Samsung on the secure features of their Exynos chipset powering the Galaxy S20 series and a Raya video from Digi. Huawei also weighed in with deals on the Matebook x pro while TIME launched a new campaign.
Kaspersky reveals more online troubles while MediaTek announce their new NB-IoT solutions. Huawei comes back again with more news highlights while G.SKILL shows off what they can achieve with the latest Intel processor and ASUS motherboard. Epson launched a new EH-TW7000 projector while Microsoft announced key highlights for Build 2020.
Grab are showcasing new fun things you can do with their app regarding doodles, while for this episode’s Special: Netflix offer several guides for levelling up at home and answering Raya questions. So, do read on.
Apr 08, 2020
It seems that Feral Interactive, which is a game development company, will be releasing Company of Heroes on Android for the price of USD13.99(~RM60). While some may find the price a little steep for a smartphone game, it contains the exact same content as the PC edition.
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #3 - Digi, MDEC, HID Signo, Adobe 36 Days of Type, Kaspersky Coronavirus, Celcom, TIME, Tibco, eJamin, realme, Xiaomi and moreMar 08, 2020
Sorry folks, the TechNave NewsBytes have piled up recently with news from Digi, MDEC, HID Signo, Adobe 36 Days of Type, Kaspersky Coronavirus, Celcom, TIME, Tibco, eJamin, realme, Xiaomi and more. We’ll try and cover more, more regularly as they roll in so stay tuned to TechNave.com
Jan 23, 2020
Digi has announced that it will be collaborating with TIME to bring high-speed fibre broadband to more parts of the country. This is in line with the National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP), which aims to provide all Malaysians with "better access to affordable and high-quality connectivity". It's also two organisations' response to our government's call for more cooperation between companies in the industry.