Public use centres are situated in the main post offices of the larger
towns. Most hotels also provides fax facilities.
Service Providers include Jaring
and TMnet. There
are plenty of Internet cafes throughout the country. Hotels and
hostels also have facilities.
Post offices can be found in the business district of all towns.
They open from Monday - Saturday between 8.00 am - 5.00 pm.
Press and Media Publications
English language dailies in Malaysia include the Mail Mail,
Malaysiakini, Business Times, New Straits Times, The Star and The
Sun. Some English language Sunday papers and periodicals are also available and the ones in Sarawak are the Sarawak Tribune and the Borneo
Post. English language newspapers
in Sabah include the Daily Express, Sabah Times, and Borneo
World Service and Voice
of America stations can be received. Frequencies change from
time to time and the most up to date details can be found online.
Telegraph offices throughout the country offer this service.
Telephone – landline
code is 60.
international dialling code is 00
Coin operated phones can be found in supermarkets and post offices
and local calls cost 10 sen. Public calling card phones can be found
throughout Malaysia. Cards can be purchased at petrol stations,
airports, and shops for amounts ranging from RM3-50. There are two
types: Unicard and Kadfon. These can only be used in their
own branded marked phone booths.
GSM 900 and 1800 networks cover most of Malaysia . Network operators