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  • MCMC has launched an investigation on TM's unifi packages

    MCMC has launched an investigation on TM's unifi packages

    Ever felt that your internet speed isn't near what it was advertised? You're probably not alone, as this is something a lot of unifi users seem to experience. An investigation into Telekom Malaysia's (TM) unifi package was launched earlier today by the MCMC, following a consumer complaint.

  • TM unifi now offers unifi 4G, TV, and Mesh WiFi in one combined package

    TM unifi now offers unifi 4G, TV, and Mesh WiFi in one combined package

    Telekom Malaysia (TM) has added several services under the unifi brand name in the past few years. Among them would be the unifi fibre broadband, which has a large customer base in urban areas. unifi services have always been separated, but it looks like the company has decided to combine them into one.

  • Free 1GB of data from local telcos now apply for 24-hours per day

    Free 1GB of data from local telcos now apply for 24-hours per day

    Starting 1 April 2020, Malaysian telcos began to provide users with 1GB of data daily. Although that free data could be used for anything at the time, it only applied from 8 AM to 6 PM each day. Now, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has announced that the free 1GB will apply for the entire day.

  • TM ends unlimited passes for unifi Mobile, goes with free daily 1GB data

    TM ends unlimited passes for unifi Mobile, goes with free daily 1GB data

    While many have returned to their offices, there are others who have been told to remain from home. For these people, local telcos have all provided 1GB of mobile data daily so that they can have internet access at home. On TM's side though, unifi Mobile is also going to provide 1GB of 4G LTE data daily.

  • Local telcos will offer free internet for education and productivity for the rest of 2020

    Local telcos will offer free internet for education and productivity for the rest of 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.

  • TM could be looking to offer unifi plans to selected customers for as little as RM39 per month

    TM could be looking to offer unifi plans to selected customers for as little as RM39 per month

    If you've thought about getting a unifi fibre broadband plan, now may be the right time if reports are true. Telekom Malaysia would sometimes offer customers new deals for a limited time and they might be doing it again. This news started spreading when a leaked promo poster showed discounted rates for unifi plans, with the 30Mbps plan going for as little as RM39 per month.

  • TM offering 30-day free trial for unifi Home fibre broadband

    TM offering 30-day free trial for unifi Home fibre broadband

    While many have begun to return to their office, many are still working from home due to the conditional movement control order (CMCO). Telekom Malaysia wants to take this chance to get more people to sign up to its fibre broadband service, so it has announced another free trial period for those who want to sign up to unifi Home now.

  • TM have completed the maintenance works for the AAG cable network

    TM have completed the maintenance works for the AAG cable network

    A few days ago, unifi users experienced some slow Internet speed due to the damaged APCN-2 submarine cable system undersea. With this, Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) sent out a team to do some maintenance work on 17th until 21st of April. As per schedule, TM is pleased to announce the maintenance work has been completed.

  • Maintenance on submarine cable system will cause users to face slow Internet until 21st April

    Maintenance on submarine cable system will cause users to face slow Internet until 21st April

    During this MCO, one of the essentials that we largely rely on is the Internet. Without it, most of us would not know how to survive as that is the thing that we depend on to get communications and works done. Now, it is announced that there will be network degradation for a few days for some users, as one of the submarine cable systems will be under maintenance.

  • TM announced their network server is optimized and expanded for better Internet experience

    TM announced their network server is optimized and expanded for better Internet experience

    As we journey on the Movement Control Order (MCO), we also have to endure the dropped bandwidth speed from our local Telcos and Internet providers due to the number of people staying at home hogging the servers. To address this, Anand Vijayan, Chief Commercial Officer, Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) has decided to reach out and gave his statement