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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s largest mobile network operator (MNO), Maxis Bhd, will not be able to roll out 5G services to its over nine million mobile subscribers until the company signs a network access agreement with Digital Nasional Bhd (DNB).

While the deadline to sign the access agreement expired on Oct 30, DNB chief operating officer Nasution Mohamed told StarBiz that Maxis still had the chance to ink the agreement “anytime” in the future.

“But its capacity commitment will be at a premium to those that had concluded on Oct 30.

“Maxis will have to commit to greater capacity off-take over the next 10 years, not necessarily having to pay more,” he said.

Nasution explained that Maxis had expressed its interest to be part of the country’s 5G journey via the single wholesale network (SWN) model.

“I believe it is sorting out some matters internally. Once it is settled, it can sign the access agreement,” he said.

In a statement issued late evening yesterday, Maxis said it was still assessing the governance requirements for the 5G access agreement.

“Maxis is committed to bringing this to a close as soon as possible.

“Meanwhile, the company has already been developing multi-industry use cases and forging partnerships with major players for 5G services and solutions,” it said.

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The country’s 5G infrastructure is being rolled out by DNB under the SWN model. Telecommunication companies (telcos) that have signed the access agreement can tap onto the DNB-owned 5G infrastructure and spectrum by paying a wholesale price.

The telcos will then transfer the 5G access to end-users, alongside their other value-added offerings, at a marked-up pricing.

Excluding Maxis, the remaining five MNOs have executed the network access agreement for a 10-year period, confirmed Nasution.

The MNOs are Axiata Group Bhd, U Mobile Sdn Bhd, Digi.com Bhd, Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) and YTL Communications Sdn Bhd (YES).

The signing of the access agreements comes after Axiata, Digi, TM and YES agreed to take up a collective 65% stake in DNB this month.

The government will retain the remaining 35% stake and hold a golden share.

U Mobile and Maxis have declined to take up equity in DNB.

The access agreements were finally executed after multiple rounds of delays previously.

However, this does not mean the MNOs will immediately be able to roll out 5G services nationwide.

With DNB expecting to reach 37.9% 5G population coverage by the end of 2022, compared to the initial target of 40%, most areas in Malaysia do not have access to 5G infrastructure yet.

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