Mobility Maxis Broadband Services

Internet connectivity may have been enough at one time, but people want it fast these days. While Malaysia does not offer the fastest broadband Internet services in the world, Malaysia has services with speeds faster than most people would need. Fiber broadband is typically the fastest broadband technology, but it’s not a good choice if you need internet access on-the-go, since it’s fixed to the location where you set it up. In Malaysia, the fastest forms of wireless connectivity are 4G and 4G LTE.

4G LTE is a new form of 4G that was recently released to the Malaysian market by Maxis. The difference in speed between 4G LTE and 4G, however, isn’t necessarily going to be so significant that Malaysian customers will find 4G unacceptable if they are accustomed to 4G LTE. For some customers, the difference may not even be noticeable. Here are two telecom companies in Malaysia claiming their 4G LTE and 4G speeds.

First and foremost, fiber broadband is typically much faster than wireless broadband packages. Moreover, as the number of users increase at a wireless access point, the speed can decrease even more and this is not an issue at all with fiber broadband. The industry standard for fiber optic broadband is 10 GB/second, and broadband speeds can be increased even more by bonding fiber optic pairs. On the other hand, the maximum theoretical speed of a wireless access point is only 150 Mb/sec. Currently, one of the fastest wireless broadband technologies in Malaysia is 4G LTE.

Fiber broadband is also more reliable as data in fiber optics is very resilient to interferences. Wireless broadband technology uses radio waves to transmit signals and these signals can become interfered with by buildings, weather patterns and other large objects. Fiber broadband can also be much more secure and does not require passwords and encryption codes.

Maxis broadband services provide for greater mobility. The device joins to the World Wide Web easily, compared with fiber which needs a special relationship to the wall. However, the wireless broadband’ modem allows you to connect the internet anywhere so long as there is a power supply and the area is covered by the telecom provider.

This can be important if you need wireless internet access on the go. Additionally, if you plan to move within two years from purchasing a broadband service, you may prefer wireless packages, because fiber packages typically require an additional fee to reinstall the broadband connection into your new location. If you want a broadband plan that requires no contract, then you should consider wireless broadband plans. With these broadband plans you pay access to a certain amount of internet usage. When evaluated on a cost per unit basis, these plans will be more expensive than postpaid plans. However, if you use the internet infrequently, need access only at certain times, or want to avoid contractual commitments, then this could be a better option.

Maxis broadband is an authorized distributor for Maxis broadband packages in Malaysia. It is owned by Varsity Sdn Bhd, which is the leading Telecommunication and internet service solution provider in Malaysia. For more information visit the site http://www.maxisbroadband.com.my/ .

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