Speedier net connection, slow start to the AFF Cup semi finals

Malaysians may not have to wait much longer to enjoy higher mobile broadband speeds. The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has announced the allocation of the much anticipated 2600 MHz spectrum band, paving the way for Malaysians to enjoy 4G services which could offer mobile broadband speeds in excess of 100 Mbps.

That was obtained from a statement by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission. Read the full statement here.

What does this means?

Speedier broadband connections would mean information made available faster at your finger tips.This will see the a change in the way news, advertisements and even promotions presented to the users.

The 4G services would see new smartphones dominating the industry as most use 3G phones at the moment.

Downloads, mobile communication will be faster, benefiting the end user. This would surely be a plus point for investors to build their bases here.

However, here's hoping that the telecommunication companies will do their bit in ensuring lines are stable at all times.

While everything is getting faster, it was certainly a slow start in the AFF Cup semi final 1st leg match between the Philippines and Singapore in Manila yesterday.

Poor passes and disappointing finishers marred the dull game as Singapore are now highly tipped to win the 2nd leg en route to meeting either Thailand or Malaysia in the final.

Thailand and Malaysia, meanwhile, are set to play their first leg semi final at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil tonight (8pm).

HD says: This is going to be interesting....

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