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.
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 have been several media reports on the progress of the 1BestariNet project that’s being executed by YTL Communications Sdn Bhd (YTLC). To clear the air, YTLC has issued a statement to clarify its appointment, project goals and challenges.
Alongside the offerings from Maxis, Digi, U Mobile and Celcom, Yes 4G has also revealed their Samsung Galaxy Note7 bundle. What’s different is that in addition to the postpaid bundles in Malaysia, Yes 4G is also offering just the device itself with no contract plus a bunch of goodies and a discount.
However, there is a slight catch.
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Next year would be exciting with TM finally rolling out its full 4G LTE services. Competition is always good for us consumers and this could be a wake-up call to existing operators to buck up, or risk losing its customers.
So in total, you’ll have Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U Mobile and TM as the 5 key 4G LTE telcos in the country. Is that enough? Well, it appears a new player is about to jump into the ring.
YesLife is now ready for download on Android. The mobile app allows you to make phone calls using Yes Credit over your mobile’s connection be it 3G or WiFi. Registration for beta was opened last week.
The app supports Android 2.1 and above. There’s also a note that there are known issues on HTC Wildfire and other devices with processors running below 600MHz.
To download, head over to Android Market.
Only devices running Android 2.1 and above are supported. To sign-up click here. Yes has not mentioned when the final version of the app will be released. But considering that the beta is being distributed to the public at the moment, it going to be just a matter of weeks till the final version is released.
We’ve gotten our hands on the beta version of the application and we have to say it is much more polished than the iOS version with loads more useful features added making it much more conducive to use.
If you’re on Yes and use an Android device, let us know what you think of the app.
Yesterday, Yes had launched its Yes Life app for iOS devices. In just a day, it became the Top Free app in App Store Malaysia. Not surprising since it is open too all iPhone and iPad users regardless of which network you’re on. How’s the quality when running on your 3G and home network? Drop us your feedback below.
To download head here.
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Yes has released their yes life app for ios devices namely iPod touches, iPhones and iPads. This expands its telephony voice and SMS service beyond the desktop. Earlier on, @jonrulezz had spotted the app in the wild but it was taken down shortly after.
Immediately we can see some benefits to this. Now you can take your yes 018 number with you together with your existing iPhone. Its rate of 9 sen/minute nationwide is among the cheapest of all telcos in Malaysia and this can help reduce your monthly bills on calls. For those that travel overseas, this allows you to stay connected and make calls at local rates. All you need is Internet connection be it WiFi or 3G.
As an introductory offer, they are giving a Free 14 days trial of Yes Life with RM5 credit. If you have been purchasing Yes Valuepacks with heaps of bundled minutes and SMS remaining, this makes it easier for you to utilise them.
Our next question will be, when are they releasing it for other OS such as Android and Blackberry?
A hawk-eyed Twitter tipster alerted us on something very peculiar today.
He found Yes Life available for download from Apple’s App Store and shared with us the screen capture you see above. Immediately, we tried to look for the app ourselves but could not find it and assumed that the tipster could see it because his iPhone was jailbroken.
Apparently the app was already brought down by the time we tried looking for it but the tipster assured us that the Yes Life app was available in the official App Store. Right after that we were mentioned in this tweet from @YesCare — the official customer care Twitter account for Yes — stating that there will be a “formal announcement very soon”.
Yes have begun to send out invitations to the media and bloggers to an event happening on Thursday, May 12. The opening line of the invite stated that the operator will be “reinventing the mobile phone”.
For the uninitiated, Yes Life is a communications applications developed by Yes that allow subscribers to make phone calls and send text messages using their PC with a 018 mobile number. In addition to that, Yes Life also features a cloud-based address book allowing the user to easily switch PCs yet still have access to his complete contact list. Currently, Yes Life is only available for Windows.