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That’s a mere six years away yet our broadband speeds and prices are nowhere near that of Singapore, our closest neighbour.
What’s more disturbing is that while Malaysia lags behind in Internet speeds, it’s service comes at a much higher price – more than triple that of services in countries such as Singapore and Thailand on a comparable basis .In today’s modern world relationships can be complicated, and who has time for the dating game?Malaysia has ambitions of becoming a developed nation in six years’ time, yet broadband speed and affordability remains a critical, unresolved issue.Analysts believe it won’t be long before broadband penetration hits a saturation point.“I believe saturation under normal circumstances should be closer to 80% (this can change if broadband becomes a basic utility just like electricity and water).According to data from the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), as of the first quarter of this year, broadband penetration in Malaysia per 100 households was only 67.3%, compared to 66.6% during the same period last year.
That’s a paltry year-on-year increase of 0.7 percentage points.
Like Malaysia, all three have national broadband plans.
However what differs in Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam is that their markets are deregulated, allowing for multiple broadband service providers to own infrastructure and offer broadband services.
“It is a function of economics – the telcos will focus on urban areas first to maximise the returns on capital expenditure.
For the mobile players, they have just extended 3G coverage to 80 % of population in the past year or so,” he added.
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