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  • OpenSignal reports that Yes and Maxis are leading in Malaysia's 4G LTE availability

    OpenSignal reports that Yes and Maxis are leading in Malaysia's 4G LTE availability

    OpenSignal recently announced test results of Malaysia's 6 main mobile operators in terms of 4G signal availability and download speeds. The results point to Yes followed by Maxis leading the pack which includes Celcom, Digi, U Mobile and Webe.

  • MCMC 2016 Network Performance Results: Maxis has fastest download speeds while DiGi offers lowest lag

    MCMC 2016 Network Performance Results: Maxis has fastest download speeds while DiGi offers lowest lag

    The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) recently measured the network performance and compliance to the Mandatory Standard for Quality of Service (QoS) of local broadband providers from January to November 2016. The report revealed that Maxis offers the fastest download speed throughout Malaysia while DiGi offers the least amount of lag.

    Maxis recorded the fastest average download speeds in 5 out of 6 regions, though, in the central region(which covers Klang Valley and Negeri Sembilan), it was Celcom that has the fastest download speed. DiGi offers the quickest response time(Low average network latency), which basically meant "less lag" which is important in online gaming, streaming and teleconferencing.

  • YES 4G LTE brought in Eric Cantona

    YES 4G LTE brought in Eric Cantona

    Today, communications service provider YES 4G LTE brought in football legend Eric Cantona aka "King Eric" to a meet-and-greet session with the fans at Lot 10, Bukit Bintang.

  • We'll be meeting football legend Eric Cantona and YES 4G LTE this weekend

    We'll be meeting football legend Eric Cantona and YES 4G LTE this weekend

    The folks at YES 4G LTE are apparently bringing in football legend Eric Cantona to Malaysia this weekend (update: Saturday only now) for a Double Double Date. Previously featured in the YES 4G Double Double Excitement video, he will be signing autographs and meeting fans while probably showing off YES 4G LTE. We'll be there to meet him, so stay tuned for more at TechNave.com.

  • Comparison: YES 4G LTE vs webe postpaid plans (Round 2)

    Comparison: YES 4G LTE vs webe postpaid plans (Round 2)

    At the end of June, both YES and webe have announced their newest mobile plans in Malaysia. YES has been around for at least 6 years now, whereas webe is a relatively a new player in this field (formerly known as P1). We have already done a speed comparison between the YES 4G LTE vs webe mobile connection, but what about the features and offers? Well, that's what we're going to do now. Read below to find out which one is suitable for you!

  • Weekly TechNave: About YES 4G LTE, Webe and more

    Weekly TechNave: About YES 4G LTE, Webe and more

    All eyes were on the new additions to Malaysia's Telcos this week when YTL launched their YES 4G LTE alongside WeBe's mobile plans. WeBe revealed a single unlimited everything plan while YTL unveiled compellingly priced postpaid and prepaid plans with a VoLTE smartphone. We compared which one was faster with a YES 4G LTE vs Webe comparison while HP had a Reinvention of Today with new laptops and printers.

  • YES 4G LTE vs Webe mobile connection comparison: Which one is faster?

    YES 4G LTE vs Webe mobile connection comparison: Which one is faster?

    Just yesterday, both YES 4G LTE by YTL and Webe digital launched their mobile plans for Malaysia. Both are using WiMax technology to help support their 4G connectivity and offer some super interesting features to stay connected. Since we had both the YES 4G LTE prepaid SIM card and a Webe digital SIM we took them for a spin with Speedtest.net to check speed and connections in random locations around Malaysia. Which was faster and more stable? Read on to find out.

  • YES 4G LTE plans from 10GB per RM48/month + VoLTE YES Altitude smartphone launched

    YES 4G LTE plans from 10GB per RM48/month + VoLTE YES Altitude smartphone launched

    YES 4G LTE was launched with a “DOUBLE DOUBLE” bang today as YTL announced various mobile 4G LTE broadband plans and a 4G LTE VoLTE-capable smartphone called the Yes Altitude in one go. While there are 5 postpaid plans available at the moment, the “DOUBLE DOUBLE” YES 4G LTE plans offer data on both the 4G LTE and 4G Broadband networks in one lump sum, anytime at any place with no catches.

  • Weekly TechNave: Rumours, Sony Xperia XA, upcoming YES 4G LTE and more

    Weekly TechNave: Rumours, Sony Xperia XA, upcoming YES 4G LTE and more

    Not so many big official announcements this week so the rumours were focused on a bit more with the OnePlus 3 not using 100% of its 6GB RAM and its CEO's subsequent response. Other standout rumours include that we may see the honor 8 and honor X3 next month, while a more powerful Xiaomi Mi 5s could be coming soon too. A new U Mobile Hero P98 postpaid plan also made an appearance, reportedly offering 30GB of data at RM98 a month.

  • YES 4G LTE coming to Malaysia in 2014

    YES 4G LTE coming to Malaysia in 2014

    While Maxis, Celcom and other Telcos are currently offering higher-speed 4G LTE networks, YES 4G or YTL Communications has been rather quiet. This all changed when YES 4G announced that they would be coming out with their 4G LTE network in 2014. No specific Malaysia release dates were mentioned but the announcement is more or less official having come from Dato' Yeoh Seok Hong, Executive Director of YTL Communications. One interesting fact for the YES 4G LTE service is that rather than fall back onto 3G mobile connectivity, the YES 4G LTE will go to WiMAX should there be a problem connecting to the LTE network. No news on pricing but we should find out about this soon enough so stay tuned and we'll keep you posted.