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.
In terms of building network infrastructure, laying fibre is both complex and expensive. Alternatively, wireless technology can help bridge the gap left by fibre and in Malaysia’s case, also legacy copper infrastructure. Green Packet attempted this with P1 WIMAX, and YTL Communications’ Yes network was initially built upon a WIMAX foundation as well.
YTL Communications, which has the reputation of being the world’s first operator with a fully converged 4G network, recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with Japan’s leading WiMAX broadband service provider, UQ Communications.