In conjunction with the Raya celebrations, Yes is giving away 30 phones for 30 days. Just sign up for a new Yes prepaid or postpaid plan to stand a chance to win a Huawei P20 Pro, Galaxy S9 or a vivo V9.
With the current GST being zero-rated, Yes 4G is giving more by offering double the data for new prepaid subscribers. The Yes 4G Prepaid SIM pack used to come pre-loaded with 500MB of data and now they are doubling up to 1GB for free effective 1 June 2018.
UPDATE: The Samsung Galaxy Note FE is officially announced for Malaysia. Available 25 October.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is the latest and greatest Note you can buy right now. However, for those who still love the S Pen but don’t want to fork out close to RM4,000, there’s another alternative model that you might want to consider.
Remember the Galaxy Note Fan Edition? It looks like it’s coming to Malaysia real soon.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is now available for pre-order in Malaysia between 5 to 10 September 2017. Retailing at RM3,999, this is the most expensive Samsung Galaxy Note yet but you can enjoy substantial subsidy if you get it on contract.
So which telco or plan should you go for? We have compared our current telco offers from Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U Mobile and Yes 4G for your easy reference. This includes their device pricing, bundled minutes, sms, data and their minimum cost of ownership. At the moment, all telcos are only offering the Galaxy Note8 with a 24-month contract.
Apart from the usual four telcos, Yes is also offering the latest Galaxy Note8 with their 4G LTE Postpaid plans. The Galaxy Note8 that retails at RM3,999 is going for as low as RM1,899. The plans offer as much as 50GB of high-speed data with no weekday/weekend limitation and the plans are priced under RM130/month.
YES has just released their new mobile self care app which allows customers to better manage their postpaid and prepaid accounts. To encourage more downloads, YES is giving 1GB of free data which is redeemable from the app.
Launched a year ago in June 2016, Yes is one of the youngest 4G LTE telco in Malaysia. Despite being the newest LTE player in the market, Yes has leapfrogged the rest by launching the country’s first ever Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service. If you want to enjoy loud and clear conversations, here are 5 reasons why you should go with Yes.
The Galaxy S8/S8+ are now available for pre-order through our local telcos in Malaysia. To sweeten the deal, they are also bundling over RM900 worth of freebies as announced by Samsung Malaysia.
Fastest, strongest and widest network. You’ve probably heard the same marketing slogans from telcos but which is truly the most reliable in Malaysia?
To ensure that our telcos are up to mark, MCMC had conducted an extensive network performance exercise throughout 2016. Read on to find out which telco is the best for data and voice call quality.
YTL Communications and Proton have announced a special Yes 4G LTE bundle for those who drive away a brand new Proton. This offer is exclusive for new customers of selected Proton models starting today and it will replace its previous Proton-Huddle XS promo.
There is no perfect telco. Sometimes, problems are bound to crop up with your service and that can cause frustration from a consumer standpoint. From there, the default reaction in this day and age would be to type out an angry status on Facebook, tagging all the necessary parties. Also known as the ‘mohon viral’ tactic in some circles.
But that’s often not the right thing to do if you want your issue resolved quickly. Here is what you should do instead.