TM to spend MYR100 million on Sarawak network in 2011

18 Apr 2011

Malaysian fixed line incumbent Telekom Malaysia™ has said that it has set aside more than MYR100 million (USD33 million) to spend in the state of Sarawak in 2011, the Business Times reports. The telco is understood to have earmarked the funds for investment in its core network, backbone fibre transmission network and local access distribution network in the region, with TM’s general manager for Sarawak, Omar Zaki Mustafa, saying of the company’s plans: ‘In line with the national aspiration to bridge the digital divide between rural and urban areas, TM, as the nation’s leading new generation communications provider, has been continuously playing its role to provide connectivity and internet accessibility to communities nationwide, including Sarawak.’

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