Again, while at “Sua Rasa Karnival” at Stadium Sultan Muhammad IV , Kota Bharu Kelantan on 1st-2nd May 2009.
I bumped onto one booth..a new “Broadband Service Provider” for Kelantan , A’ptusnet ..
that moment.. the pamplet/print out was out-of-stock.. so can’t shoot out anything.. hehehe.
so, only managed to talk to the girl there.. asking what does it is offering..
“Maaflah bang, pamplet abih doh..
Kito ado provide Wifi broadband utk sekitar kelantan shj..
tapi tak semua tempat pun ado.. cuma tempat-tempat besar.. supo stadium nih..
billion.. KB mall.. jah hok ado wifi..”
“Kalo abe nok paka dumoh..
baik amik wired broadband..
tapi kene ade line telefon TELEKOM ..
Hmm.. saw some sort of big dish antenna same for Airzed that I normally saw at my office ..
i think it is offered with these sentences..
Home Wireless Access Point @ RM245
The wifi prepaid pricing is a bit cheap.. RM 29 for 30 days..
while for wired also not that bad..
Home BroadBand 1.0Mb Dynamic IP
(Harga Pasaran: RM99) RM79.00
hehe.. while back up to KL.. just received an old YM msg..
Kelantan to be WiFi state in two years
30 Apr 09 : 4.10PM
KOTA BARU, 30 April 2009: Kelantan will be WiFi-enabled when its government fully implements an internet broadband service within the state in two years.
State Information, ICT Development, Science and Technology Committee chairperson Dr Mohamed Fadzli Hassan said so far, two state government agencies, namely Permodalan Kelantan Berhad (PKB) and Perbadanan Menteri Besar Kelantan (PMBK), were carrying out the project with a private company.
“Thirty-eight locations in the state’s major towns, especially Kota Baru, have been identified by the telecommunication company for the service,” he said.
Fadzli said this after handing over multimedia equipment worth RM15,000 to six schools under the Yayasan Islam Kelantan (Kelantan Islamic Foundation) and to Pertubuhan Kebajikan Islam Malaysia (Perkim), a Muslim welfare organisation.
He added that the state government had so far allocated RM450,000 for information and communication technology, including RM70,000 for the rural ICT programme.
“We expect all the major towns in Kelantan to get to enjoy 24-hour WiFi facility when the programme is fully implemented in two years’ time,” Fadzli said.
He also said the state government had set up a multimedia training centre through Darul Digital, aimed at creating an ICT-savvy society in Kelantan. — Bernama