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Back in December 2015, Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) made devout couch potatoes really happy by announcing that they have formed a partnership with iflix to provide UniFi and Streamyx (4Mbps and 8Mbps) subscribers with unlimited access to iflix for an entire year.

Now that 2016 has come and gone, you might be wondering whether the offer is still valid. Well, it looks like it most certainly is, as TM recently announced that they would be extending its partnership with iflix for another year.

That’s right, from now until December 31, 2017, both new and existing UniFi and Streamyx (4Mbps and 8Mbps) subscribers will be able to indulge in the tens of thousands of hours of video content that’s currently available on iflix at no extra charge.

To take up the offer, you simply have to connect to the internet using your UniFi or Streamyx (4Mbps and 8Mbps) connection, and either visit on your PC, or download the iflix app from the iOS App Store or Google Play onto your mobile device.

“We are thrilled to see such strong demand for iflix from TM customers and further strengthen our relationship with Malaysia’s leading fixed broadband provider. It has been an exceptional year and half since we launched our service, and our partnership with TM has been a key part of our growth story. Now, TM customers who love entertainment can enjoy their extended access period to iflix’s vast library of thousands of top TV shows, movies and more, until the end of 2017,” said David Goldstein, Head of Asia for iflix Group.

Unifi Biz 100

For those needing more speed in the workplace, TM has introduced a 100Mbps UniFi package for businesses. The 100Mbps subscription is offered at RM1,599/month but as an early bird promotion, they are offering it at RM1,399/month.

In terms of speed, BIZ 100 offers 100Mbps download and 50Mbps upload and by default it comes with dynamic IP. Fixed IP is available as an add-on at RM200/month. The package also includes RM100 worth of voice calls and 10GB of web hosting.

For residential users, there’s a way to get 100Mbps for less with Time’s 100Mbps broadband at RM179/month. Of course it is subject to service availability which is rather limited compared to TM’s HSBB network.

For more info, head over to TM’s UniFi Biz page.

11 March 2012 – Telekom Malaysia announced revenue growth of 4.1% to RM 9.15 million. The growth was contributed by the Internet and Multimedia section – primarily UniFi, TM’s high-speed broadband service. The total Profit After Tax And Minority Interest (PATAMI) was RM1.10billion in line with the same period in 2011.

During the press conference, Dato’ Sri Zam commented that “UniFi continued to perform above our expectations in the 4th quarter of 2011. In terms of coverage, we have rolled out to 1.16 million premises covering 78 exchanges. In terms of take up, we have activated 236,501 customers, which represent a net addition of 43.9% or 72,000 customers QoQ.”

TM has now expanded their services to 1,179,000 premises covering 79 exchange areas. Together with Streamyx, their broadband customer base grew by 12.3% from 1.17million in 2010 to 1.92million in 2011.

Within the report, TM claimed that they will be positioning themselves into BPO (Business Process Outsourcing). The company will focus on their transformation into an ICT (Information and Communications Technologies) and BPO Powerhouse.