- To build a 3176.4km fibre optic cable network that link the entire peninsular Malaysia in 3-5 years time.
- Phase 1: Johor (705km), Kedah (188km)
- Phase 2: Perak (315km), Selangor (158km), N Sembilan (148km), Melaka (43km)
- Phase 3: Pahang (215km), Terengganu (260km)
- Phase 4: Kelantan (340km), Kuantan-Selangor (275km)
- To lease the fibre network to multiple telcos to generate long term income stream without futher increasing the working capital.
- To participate in the submarine fiber optic cable project between Johor-Singapore (24km submarine fibre & 48km land-based fibre)
- To set up tower REIT (to build and lease telecommunication towers to telcos to generate consistent income).
- To make at least one acquisition by year end of 2013 to expand its business.
- To achieve RM300 million revenue by year 2015.
- To expand to overseas. In Oct 2012's news, it claims to be invited by ZTE & Huawei to install telecommunication equipment in Philippines, Cambodia & Vietnam, as well as to jointly undertake telecommunication projects in Australia & New Zealand.
- To transfer to Main Board soon with the inclusion of institutional investor. (Instacom has fulfilled criteria for main board transfer)
- Recent report by Ericsson foresees mobile data volume to rise by a CAGR of 50% from 2012 to 2018.
- Instacom's regular clients include Maxis, Digi, Celcom, Huawei, Nokia Siemens & Ericsson. (claims to be the only one in Malaysia to have all major telcos as its clients, but what about OCK???).
- Surely you can feel that there is more demand for high speed mobile data and internet in the country.
- 4G/LTE roll-out is at infancy state in Malaysia and latest 5G coming soon at developed countries.
- Build and lease of fibre network and telecommunication towers may be the trend as it can help to reduce telco's capex greatly.
- Secured a RM205 million contract for telecmmunication infrastructure works in Sarawak in May 2013, which will be realized from FY2013 to FY2015.