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ELECTRICITY RATES
Peninsular Malaysia
Commercial Tariffs - for office, shops and hotels
per kWh
sen
US cents
Tariff B - Low Voltage Commercial Tariff
For Overall Monthly Consumtion Between 0-200 kWh/month
For all kWh
The minimum monthly charge is RM7.20 ( US$2.33)
For Overall Monthly Consumption More Than 200 kWh/month
For all kWh (From 1kWh onwards)
The minimum monthly charge is RM7.20 (US$2.33)

37.0


39.7


11.97

12.85

Tariff C1 - Medium Voltage General Commercial Tariff
For each kW of maximum demand per month RM23.93 (US$7.74)
For all kWh
The minimum monthly charge is RM 600.00 (US$194.17)

28.8


9.32

Tariff C2 - Medium Voltage Peak/Off-Peak Commercial Tariff
For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period
RM35.60 (US$11.52)
For all kWh during the peak period
For all kWh during the off-peak period
The minimum monthly charge is RM 600.00 (US$194.17)

28.8
17.7

8.72
5.36

Industrial Tariff - for factories
per kWh
sen
US cents
Tariff D - Low Voltage Industrial Tariff
Fir Overall Monthly Consumption Between 0-200 kWh/month
For all kWh
The minimum monthly charge is RM7.20 (US$2.33)
For Overall Monthly Consumption More Than 200 kWh/month
For all kWh (From 1kWh onwards)
The minimum monthly charge is RM7.20 (US$2.33)
Tariff Ds-Special Industrial Tariff
(for consumers who qualify only)
For all kWh
The minimum monthly charge is RM7.20 (US$2.33)

32.5

34.8


32.7

10.52

11.26



10.58

Tariff E1 - Medium Voltage General Industrial Tarif
For each kW of maximum demand per month RM23.40 (US$7.57)
For all kWh
The minimum monthly charge is RM 600.00 (US$194.17)
Tariff E1s Special Industrial Tariff
(for consumers who qualify only)
For each kW of maximum demand per month RM18.10 (US$5.86)
For all kWh
The minimum monthly charge is RM 600.00 (US$194.17)

26.6



25.8

8.61




3.10

Tariff E2 - Medium Voltage Peak/Off-Peak Industrial Tariff
For each kW of maximum demand per month during the peak period
RM29.30 (US$9.48)
For all kWh during the peak period
For all kWh during the off-peak period
The minimum monthly charge is RM 600.00 (US$194.17)
Tariff E2s Special Industrial Tariff
(for consumers who qualify only)
For each kW of maximum demand per month during the peak period RM25.20 (US$8.12)
For all kWh during the peak period
For all kWh during the off-peak period
The minimum monthly charge is RM 600.00 (US$194.17)

28.1
17.3




25.8
14.7


9.09
6.00




8.35
4.76

Tariff E3 - High Voltage Peak/Off-Peak Industrial Tariff
For each kW of maximum demand per month during the peak period
RM28.10 (US$9.09)
For all kWh during the peak period
For all kWh during the off-peak period
The minimum monthly charge is RM 600.00 (US$194.17)
Tariff E3s Special Industrial Tariff
(for consumers who qualify only)
For each kW of maximum demand per month during the peak period
RM22.20 (US$7.18)
For all kWh during the peak period
For all kWh during the off-peak period
The minimum monthly charge is RM 600.00 (US$194.17)


26.6
16.0




24.3
13.4


8.06
5.18




7.86
4.34

Notes :
Industrial customers whose total electricity cost is more than 5% of the total cost of their industry are eligible for a Special Industrial Tariff which is 10% to 15% lower than the normal industrial tariff.
Source : Tenaga Nasional Berhad -www.tnb.com.my
Notes: US$ 1.00 = RM 3.09 (as at 12/02//2013)

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is the main electricity power generator and supplier in Peninsular Malaysia.

WATER RATES

In Malaysia, state governments are responsible for the development, operation and maintenance of water supplies.

Industrial / Commercial
0 - 35 m3 RM 1.50 (US$ 0.45)
More than 35 m3 RM 1.60 (US$ 0.48)
Minimum charge RM 15.00 (US$ 4.55)

Source: Negeri Sembilan Water Company –www.sainswater.com.my

Notes: US$ 1.00 = RM 3.09 (as at 12/02/2013)

TELECOMMUNICATION RATES
Telephone Charges
With effect from 1 January 1999, under the Equal Access Regime, telephone subscribers in Malaysia can select any network from three telephone companies for their national and international calls. As for cellular telephone users, there are currently three service operators to choose from. The government has introduced the concept of tariff ceilings for fixed line and
cellular services. The rates depend on market competition as they are not regulated. The three telecommunications service operators may set their rates at par or below the ceiling rates.
Local Calls
Upon subscription for basic telephone service, an individual direct exchange line and a telephone set in a range of colours for selection is provided. A basic monthly rental will be levied while additional telephone sets to be used as extensions can be provided at minimal additional rental.
Corporate Consumers
Price / Tariff
RM
US$
Initial Deposit
200 - 500
64.72 – 161.82
Stamp Fee
10
3.24
Rental Chargers
Exchange Line Capacity
Business Rate (Monthly / Per Line) Peninsular Malaysia
RM
US$
Exceeding 1000 lines
45
14.56
501 - 1000 lines
45
14.56
500 lines & below
20
6.47
Initial Chargers
Price / Tariff
RM
US$
Installation Charges (Payment to Telekom Malaysia)
50
16.18
Wiring Charge* (Payment to contractor appointed by Telekom Malaysia)

Existing Wiring

30

9.71

New Wiring
50
16.18
* Note :

RM 50 (US$16.18) is charged for the first 5 meters and every additional 1 meter is charged RM 5(US$ 1.21). The charges are also applicable for the external removal (ER).

Reconnection Fee
Service reconnection fee for a subscriber’s service that has been temporarily disconnected.

10

3.24

Notes: US$ 1.00 = RM 3.09 (as at 12/02/2013)
INTERNET SERVICE FEE
The major licensed Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Malaysia are TM Net Sdn Bhd, (Telekom Malaysia Berhad, JARING (MIMOS Berhad), DiGiNet (Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd) and TimeNet (TT dotcom Sdn Bhd).

There are multiples of 155Mbps (STM1), 34Mbps (E3) and 2Mbps(E1) connections in the nationwide backbone. TM Net has peering arrangement with Jaring and other local ISPs from 2Mbps capacity.

Two major ISPs are TM Net (Telekom Malaysia Berhad wholly-owned company) and JARING (a MIMOS Berhad wholly owed company).

SERVICES
ISP
REMARKS
JARING
TM Net
Internet Services
Dial-up (PSTN / ISDN)

4

4

  • Offered to both Residential & Corporate customers.
  • PSTN charge
    1. 1. ISP – RM0.01 (US$0.003) per min.
    2. TELCO RM 0.015 (US$ 0.005) per min.
  • ISDN Charge
    1. ISP RM0.25 (US$0.008) per min.
    2. TELCO RM0.04 (US$0.013) per min.
  • Offered to Corporate customers and organizations.
    1. Charges are based on speed.
    2. Details can be provided upon request.
Broadband Services
4
4
  • TM Net Offers through fixed and wireless (residential & corporate).
  • JARING offers through fixed line (corporate) and wireless (residential & corporate).
Data Centre Services
4
4
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
4
4
  • The secure IP based private network offered by both TM Net & JARING to corporate customers and organization.
  • Details of charges can be provide upon request (refer contact bellows).
Satellite Services
4
-
  • An alternative to the fixed terrestrial line and uses C-band transponder. Coverage anywhere in the country as well as some parts of the Asia Pacific region. Satellite hub is located in Kuala Lumpur.
Other Services
-
-
Note:
Dial-up short code – 1515 (TM Net); 1511 (JARING)
TELCO – Telecommunication Company
Source: Telekom Malaysia – www.telekom.com.my, TM Net – www.tm.net.my and JARING - www.jaring.my