YTL Communications is giving the rakyat a boost with its new YES Kasi Up initiative, rolling out the industry’s most affordable prepaid data plans to give people more savings. That aside, the telco introduces a unique referral model that rewards subscribers with cash.
Here’s a non-shocker. Yes has shut down its WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) network. The telco posted a final notice on its official Facebook page as well as via email to inform customers that their WiMAX accounts have been automatically suspended from 2PM onwards as of 30 September 2019.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 is officially here in Malaysia. If you’ve missed the pre-order, don’t worry, there’s still the nationwide roadshow that’s kicking off today in five cities. And, if you plan to purchase one (or two), you can also consider picking them up from local telcos Maxis, Celcom, Digi, U Mobile and Yes. Here’s a list of all the offers.
When it comes to fixed broadband internet access in Malaysia, fibre broadband springs to mind. Nowadays, thanks in part to the government’s implementation of the Mandatory Standard on Access Pricing (MSAP) and National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP), consumers can be connected to fibre broadband from as low as MYR79 per month with speeds of up to 1Gbps.
Yes is offering a limited time ‘Merdeka & Malaysia Day Promotion’ in conjunction with Malaysia’s 59th Merdeka and upcoming Malaysia Day celebrations. The promotion bundle consists of the Yes Altitude 4G LTE smartphone for just MYR188 (SRP: MYR399 with GST) with the MYR68/month Yes 4G LTE 68 postpaid plan.