Tag: telekom malaysia

Bandwidth Caps Today vs Yesteryear

Here’s an interesting thought I had about bandwidth quotas recently… Ever since the dawn of “broadband” (xDSL or its variants) way back in the mid 90s (approximately?) there have always been users who would attempt to maximize usage of their connection. Why is it that only recently quotas have conveniently...

2010 in Malaysia according to biatch0

So, yet another New Year is upon us… big whoopdedoo!!! Here’s a quick round up of what happened in 2010 according to the Gospel of biatch0. Telekom Malaysia (TM) announces UniFi – The FIRST Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH) solution in Malaysia. Obviously, it isn’t so cool when you take into consideration that...

Yes is to 4G as UniFi is to HSBB

Something odd I thought of last night (this morning) as I decided to take another nap… Yes has been receiving all kinds of flack lately with regards to their use of the term 4G. Personally, I did not approve of shady gimmicks like that… and as such, I saw fit...

Unifi Yay/Nay?

So I heard an interview over at BFM about the new Telekom Malaysia UNIFI service. A number of things occured to me: Method of delivery; the guys over at Telekom Malaysia decided to lay brand new fibre to deliver the new UNIFI service. Why? Sure, fibre is more future proof...

Mobile (WAP) Sites and You

So I was grabbing a bite at a random place where people eat… while doing a little surfing on my soon-to-be-sold N97 when I noticed that “mobile sites” are getting heavier and heavier. Gone are the days when a WAP site meant plain text with a simple logo at the...