New Standard Sets Minimum Download Speed For Telcos To 7.7Mbps

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Network carriers will soon need to increase the average download speed of their service to ensure it meets the new Mandatory Standards for Quality of Service

for wireless broadband. This was mentioned by deputy communications minister Teo Nie Ching in Parliament today regarding the revised MSQoS that was published by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission back in December.

The new standard will set the required average 4G download speed by service providers to be at least 7.7Mbps, in an effort to improve the internet service quality in the country. This new minimum will take into effect starting 1 April 2024, up from the previous minimum of only 2.5Mbps, with the average requiring at least 90 service test samples.

The MCMC is also setting a minimum standard for 5G, requiring each carrier to have a download throughput that averages at least 100Mbps. On the minimum upload speed, the MSQoS requires an average of 5Mbps for standalone 5G and 3Mbps for non-standalone 5G.


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