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The regulatory authority for telecommunication in Indonesia is the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, having taking over the roles from the Badan Regulasi Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Indonesia Telecommunication Regulation Body), which was dissolved in November 2021. Japan [ edit] See also: Mobile phone industry in Japan § Providers
Telekom Malaysia Berhad(TM) is a Malaysian telecommunications company founded in 1984. Beginning as the national telecommunicationscompany for fixed line, radio and television broadcasting services, it has evolved to become the country's largest provider of broadband services, data, fixed-line, pay television and network services.
Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, YTL Communications is a subsidiary of the utilities company YTL Power International Berhad and serves as the communications arm of YTL Corporation Berhad, a leading infrastructure conglomerate in Malaysia. Yes uses the native dialling prefix identifier of 018 and 011-1. Contents 1 Network and coverage
The world's largest telecommunications companies measured by total revenues. Rank Company Total revenue (US$ billion) Country 1 AT&T $171.7 United States 2 Verizon Communications $128.2 United States 3 Deutsche Telekom $122.3 Germany 4 China Mobile $116.8 China 5 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone $107.1 Japan 6 Comcast $103.5
The company was incorporated as TelBru on 30 May 2002. It has been operated since April 2006 when the Department of Telekom Brunei (JTB) was corporatized on 1 April 2006.  As of the end of 2017, the company employs more than 900 staff.  On 7 December 2019, Telbru officially announced their rebranding to imagine.  
(October 2009) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) PersiaSYS Sdn Bhd is the name of a telecommunication company based on Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia licensed by Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission. The company started providing Broadband Internet service based on cable and wireless technologies in 2006.
SK Telecom Co., Ltd. ( Korean : SK텔레콤 or 에스케이텔레콤) is a South Korean wireless telecommunications operator and is part of the SK Group, one of the country's largest chaebols. It leads the local market with 50.5 percent share as of 2008.  SK Telecom is the largest wireless carrier in South Korea, with 27.019 million subscribers as of Q4 2017.