This Local Company Is Offering 1Gbps Internet For RM399 Per Month
Also Malaysia's first superfast, competitive broadband.
If you love fast Internet, Cyberjaya is the place to be. Setia Haruman Technology Sdn Bhd (SHTech) has started to offer its 1Gbps broadband service to homes and offices in the city.
Among one of the 11 initiatives announced by Prime Minister Najib Razak during Cyberjaya's 20th celebration on 31 May at the Cyberjaya City Centre site, this broadband - which the company has claimed to be "Malaysia's first superfast, competitive broadband" - offers unlimited capacity and is able to host a number of users accessing multiples devices at one go.
The initiative by SHTech as the developer of Cyberjaya complements the city’s aspirations to be transformed into a smart city.
Under the Cyberjaya Broadband brand, the package will cost RM399/month for residential customers
"This development is definitely in line with the government's aspiration to ensure empowerment of the use of technology among the people continues to be supported by improvements in technology infrastructure, as in Cyberjaya today," said Prime Minister Najib Razak in a press release.
For offices, the package will be priced at RM3,499/month.
Following the launch, a number of Cyberjaya-based organisations such as the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) and the Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS) have signed up for the package
"With Cyberjaya also being the nation’s animation hub, we hope that the accessibility to this superfast internet can encourage our talents to produce even more great work in animation, tech, gaming and more,” added Ahmad Khalif Tan Sri Mustapha Kamal, Executive Chairman of Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd.
SHTech's website has not been updated with the RM399/month package but we reckon more information will be available soon
You can also get in contact with SHTech through its helpline at 03-8312-8030 or 1300-38-8000.
Those residing in Cyberjaya, would you sign up for this service? Let us know in the comment section below.
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