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  • MCMC said the free 1GB Internet data is only between 8AM - 6PM and many more

    MCMC said the free 1GB Internet data is only between 8AM - 6PM and many more

    Just last Wednesday, our Prime Minister Muhyiddin officially extended the Movement Control Order (MCO) for everyone's benefit in hopes to minimize the COVID-19 spread. During his second live telecast last Friday, he also mentioned that Malaysians will be receiving their 1GB free Internet data starting from 1 April, but didn't say how. Thankfully, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) released an official statement about this a few hours ago so here's the full breakdown.

  • Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S20 series sales plan by Maxis, Celcom, Digi, U Mobile and YES 4G

    Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S20 series sales plan by Maxis, Celcom, Digi, U Mobile and YES 4G

    The Samsung Galaxy S20 series has officially launched in Malaysia today. Starting from RM3599, you can get either the Galaxy S20S20+ or S20 Ultra in every Samsung Concept Store, authorized retailers and partners across the nation. However, if you're looking for an instalment plan, we got you covered. In this latest comparison plan between the Maxis, Celcom, Digi, U Mobile and YES 4G, read on below to see which package plan is suitable for you!

  • TechNave's 5 Favourite EPIC Mobile Games so far in 2019

    TechNave's 5 Favourite EPIC Mobile Games so far in 2019

    While the west has yet to embrace mobile gaming wholeheartedly, it has proven popular for the east particularly in the South East Asia region. Multiple mobile gaming eSports competitions have already taken off in a few countries and to know that Malaysia will be the host for the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 Fall Split Global Finals is quite a testament. 

    While it's impossible to go through every single mobile game to see which one is the best, we can definitely tell you which were (and still are) super enjoyable and our favourites. Do keep in mind that the games listed here are in alphabetical order, so without further ado.. here are our Favourite Mobile Games so far in 2019.

  • Three EPIC Netflix shows you should watch before 2020

    Three EPIC Netflix shows you should watch before 2020

    It's already mid-November and do you know what this means? Besides the school holidays starting soon, many people will be on a holiday season break in December. From having an adventure elsewhere to do some meaningful projects, there's also some joy being a couch potato at home catching up on all your favourite shows too. Speaking of that, here are the three EPIC Netflix shows you should watch before 2020.

  • Comparison: Samsung Galaxy Note10 series pre-order plans by Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U Mobile and YES 4G

    Comparison: Samsung Galaxy Note10 series pre-order plans by Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U Mobile and YES 4G

    So the online pre-order for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are sold out on Samsung Malaysia's official store. No worries, multiple partners are selling the same device and there is still some time left before the pre-order ends on 18 August 2019. So without further ado - here's what you can get out of CelcomDigiMaxisU Mobile and YES 4G.

  • Maxis is now the King of 4G networks in Malaysia according to OpenSignal

    Maxis is now the King of 4G networks in Malaysia according to OpenSignal

    OpenSignal recently revealed their latest findings on the state of networks in Malaysia for 2018. Turns out that Maxis are now the best 4G network in Malaysia (based on the results of OpenSignal's survey). About 6 months prior to this there was a similar study conducted by OpenSignal which concluded that in terms of 4G networks, Yes 4G and Maxis were neck and neck, both scoring higher than other networks in Malaysia.

  • The hunt to Find the Yes Man ends with RM10000 grand prize finale

    The hunt to Find the Yes Man ends with RM10000 grand prize finale

    After the launch of their Find the Yes Man contest by YTL Communications and RM500 to RM1000 cash prizes every time the Yes Man was found, the grand finale finished with a bang and the grand prize of RM10000 being won. The hunt for the Yes Man spread nationwide over the past 4 weeks from Kuala Lumpur to Johor Bahru and even in Sabah.

  • Win from RM50000 if you manage to find the Yes Man with Yes

    Win from RM50000 if you manage to find the Yes Man with Yes

    The folks at Yes and YTL Communication have just launched their Find the Yes Man contest starting from today till 11 December 2016 across Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah. Those who identify the Yes Man will win RM500 instantly, while Yes subscribers will win RM1000 (the prize will snowball to the next day if the Yes Manis is not found). To identify the Yes Man, catch him based on clues on the Yes Facebook page and say, “Are you the Yes Man?”.

  • 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.

  • 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.