Yoodo claims to be Malaysia’s first fully customisable mobile plan

Posted:  January 29, 2018   By:    13 comments   

Yoodo Malaysia

After a couple of teasers, Yoodo is finally official. As we are seeing new telco brands coming into the marketplace such as ookyo, tapp and Unifi Mobile, here comes a new player called Yoodo.

The brand believes that “you” as the consumer can do things better and that’s why they are offering a fully customisable mobile plan.

Unlike normal plans that come with its preset amount of data and features, Yoodo lets you pick exactly how much you need for data, calls and SMS each month. If you’re not happy with your current selection, Yoodo gives you the freedom to change your plan at any time.

As seen earlier, you get to design your own plan by adjusting a couple of sliders. The cheapest option you can get is RM3/month that comes with 50 SMS and it goes up to RM222/month with 100GB of data, 5GB of Facebook, 10GB YouTube, 5GB Instagram, 2,000 minutes of calls and 2,000 SMS.

For more a more realistic selection, you can get 5GB at RM30/month, 10GB at RM50/month and 20GB at RM70/month. There are also add-ons such as 5GB Facebook or Instagram at RM10/month each or 10GB of YouTube at RM20/month.

Being a digital-focused telco offerring, the signup process and customer service are done exclusively through the app. You can pick a new 011 mobile number or port-in to Yoodo from your existing telco. To get started, the official app is now available on both Android and iOS.

Unlike tapp and ookyo, Yoodo is compatible with the iPhone and there’s no VPN required. Yoodo will deliver your SIM for free within 1-3 working days. There’s even an Express Delivery option via GoGet which is available from Monday-Friday between 8am-4pm in the Klang Valley. In terms of payment, it appears that they only accept credit/debit card for now.

Yoodo operates on Celcom’s 4G network and you can use your data freely for hotspot/tethering at no extra charge. For those who travel a lot, Yoodo even offers a Roam Like Home add-on. For only RM10/day, you can use your existing data, calls and SMS in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Cambodia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Laos, and Brunei.

If you’re wondering how does Yoodo compare against other “digital” telco services, you can check out this quick rundown by SoyaCincau BM. For more info, you can visit their website.

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13 Comments for Yoodo claims to be Malaysia’s first fully customisable mobile plan

I think la

By looking at all fully digital telcos' sub brands, I think it must have to with 700MHz spectrum tender that opens up recently. If that's true, for sure we will see another sub brand from U Mobile if they're interested to get that spectrum.


How’s the coverage like?


    using celcom coverage if not mistaken


      The article has mentioned it if not mistaken.


All sounds good but would wait until the solution to port in/out is available.


    Ah? Article says port in/out already in there lehhhhh.


      Sorry just re-read it. Was too excited.


        Overly excited or too many of complicated things to remember?


all is great except the name. lel

Nokia 3310

10G for utube RM20 permonth….. just use DG loo…..


ookyo is better imo, RM30 4GB + unlimited on selected apps
only downside is android only and need to connect to "vpn" (which doesn't really connect to any server)


    This is a total ripped off by Celcom. Its nothing special and definitely no equip and same level with Ookyo and Tapp. Needless to talk about the vast available of big prepaid and post plan offer.

    What Yoodo is only a non frill sales arm effort by Celcom. Just like MAS/MH services and product and sell like Airasia.

    Yoodo try to look inno but its marketing and product positioning all failed.

    Usual lah, thats Celcom, from ages, so many brand of Xpax and confuse the market…. what a GLC… waste money. Cry for Malaysia,


    My only complain about ookyo is the hassle with VPN, especially when it forgets to reconnect after exiting Wifi