DiGi Telecommunications is a mobile phone service provider in Malaysia using the dialling codes of "016, 014-32, 014-35, 014-30, 014-31 and 014-6". It is owned in majority by Telenor ASA of Norway with 61%. On 24 May 1995 DiGi became the first telco in Malaysia to launch and operate a fully digital cellular network.
They were also the first to offer GPRS (2.5G) and later EDGE (2.75G) in Malaysia in 14 May 2004.
In June 2006, DiGi also launched the first Malaysian branded entertainment TV program, Ejen 016 on TV3 (Malaysia) channel.
DiGi is listed on the Bursa Malaysia under the Infrastructure category.
Maxis CommunicationsBerhad is the leading mobile phone service provider in Malaysia. It was started in the year 1995. It uses the dialling prefix identifier of "012", "014" and "017". Their mobile services are provided over the 900 & 1800 MHz GSM band and as July 2005, the 2100 MHz UMTS band.
(Menara Maxis is situated on the northwest corner of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre Development. The facade is composed of aluminum and glass spandrels with a full sunshade on every floor. A series of stepping trellises highlights the top of the 49-story tower, provides a counterpoint to the strong vertical roof design of the adjacent twin towers, and masks communication equipment.)
Celcom (Malaysia) Berhad is the oldest mobile telecommunications company in Malaysia. Celcom is one of a member of the TM group of companies. Being one of the very few companies in Malaysia to originally obtain a cellular phone license, it successfully introduced mobile telephony in Malaysia through its ART-900 service, using first generation NMT-900 technology. It uses the dialling prefix identifier of "013", "0148" and "019"