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Celcom provides their mobile wireless broadband service through Mobile internet celcom percuma forex Broadband. It runs on 3G network with the bandwidth of 384kbps.

It runs on EDGE network with the bandwidth of 224kbps. Maxis provides their mobile wireless broadband service through Maxis Broadband. I have to subscribe to this service. The monthly charges I paid is RM99 whereas the other two mobile telco is charge RM120 per month. I can tell you that the speed while I am using it inside my house is same as a modem speed. Recently, I signed up Celcom Broadband’s data unlimited plan to enabled myself to perform some freelance work while I am on the move. I didn’t purchase any 3G USB modem or 3G PCMCIA card.

I am using this service with my existing mobile phone. I just need to upgrade my existing sim card to a 3G capable sim card. The public IP address assigned is the same when I used my mobile phone as a modem to connect from my notebook. So, they do not provide dynamic public IP addresses. As for Maxis, I do have plan to subscribe it for the purpose of testing but they have a contract of 18 months. This is the reason that I do not want to subscribe it for the sake of testing only. Lastly, I would like to remind all my readers is Celcom has implemented the fair excessive usage of 5GB per month.

Maxis also implemented the fair excessive usage of 3GB per month. So, do plan wisely on which mobile wireless broadband you want to subscribe. I am Linux engineer attempting to decode my knowledge through blogging in the World Wide Web. Malaysia’s cellular industry has consolidated for a second time, and there is now price competition in the prepaid segment, which makes cellular services even more affordable to the masses. MCMC was formed on 1 November 1998 and assumed responsibility for the regulation of the communications and multimedia sectors effective 1 April 2000. It was established to promote an efficient and competitive telecommunications industry.

The CMA focuses on industry self-regulation, with MCMC playing a more supervisory role. Under this Act, MCMC has the authority to address anticompetitive behavior, such as predatory pricing and refusal to supply services. This revamp was brought about partly by the government’s intent to establish Malaysia as a global center for telecommunications and multimedia and the rapid convergence of broadcasting, telecommunications and online services. Foreign equity stakes in cellular operators are capped at 49 percent. Prior to 1993, the Malaysian cellular market was a duopoly between Telekom Malaysia and Celcom, both of which operated analog networks.

The result was a duplication of network infrastructure and overcrowding of the market, which culminated in a rationalization exercise. The cellular service was re-branded as TMTouch. A second round of industry consolidation occurred in 2002-2003. The Malaysian government has long expressed its desire to see a cellular industry consolidation take place. The longer-term impact of industry consolidation on innovation and competition is hard to ascertain at this early stage. Generally, there is still plenty of room for improvement in network coverage, network capacity and customer service quality.

In the past, some cellular operators had been under-investing in network capacity. In May 2001, Maxis finally extended its cellular service to major cities in East Malaysia, including Kuching, Sibu, Bintulu, Labuan, Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan and Tawau. Cellular call charges in Malaysia are dependent on the distance of the calls made. The cellular operators have segmented Peninsular Malaysia into four charging areas: Northern Region, Central Region, Southern Region and Eastern Region. Different call tariffs are also set depending on whether the call is made during peak or off-peak periods. Some service packages do offer flat domestic tariffs regardless of the time of call or the calling distance.

8 percent as of June 2003. It has enabled cellular operators to penetrate the more price-sensitive and low-usage market segments. Today, more than 80 percent of new cellular connections are prepaids. Competition in this segment has increased such that cellular operators have reduced the price of their prepaid starter-packs. Entry-level packages have also been introduced. Its “Beyond Prepaid” service offers call rates that get progressively cheaper as one’s total call usage increases. Special offers which come with the purchase of a prepaid starter pack is also increasingly common in the market.

Features such as additional free talk-time or opportunities to win prizes through scratchcard competitions are commonly adopted by cellular operators. Cellular operators have offered more value-added services for their prepaid service. Prepaid Plus users in order to maintain its competitive edge. Cellular operators have attempted to differentiate themselves by enhancing their prepaid service distribution channels. This is frequently achieved by working together with banks and convenience stores. 7-Eleven convenience stores as a channel for its prepaid cards.