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  • Opensignal's latest mobile network experience report shows close competition between Malaysian telcos

    Opensignal's latest mobile network experience report shows close competition between Malaysian telcos

    As our economic sector is slowly reopening, Opensignal is back once again with another report on Malaysians' mobile data experience. The last report was done in April 2021 just before the lockdown, so in this latest news - the data gathered was between 1 June until 29 August 2021 based on Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U Mobile and Unifi

  • User reported another case of the explosion of YES Altitude 3 on Facebook

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    Earlier, we've seen two cases involving the explosion of YES Altitude 3 which is the model of the device given out by the government under the Jaringan Prihatin initiative. Sadly, we have yet another case reported on the YES 4G Community unofficial group on Facebook two days ago, and the cause of the explosion is similar to the previous two.

    The user from Pahang posted a few pictures showing the aftermath caused by the explosion. Other than that, the caption also mentioned that the phone exploded suddenly while it had only been in use for two months. Once again, we hope that no one is hurt in this incident.

  • Get a free smartphone, free mobile data and more with the YES PRIHATIN Plans for B40 citizens!

    Get a free smartphone, free mobile data and more with the YES PRIHATIN Plans for B40 citizens!

    YES officially announced that they have unveiled 2 YES PRIHATIN plans to help Malaysian Citizens in the B40 category by offering free smartphones and free mobile data for an entire year. The plans, which are called YES PRIHATIN Learn-From-Home Families, as well as the YES PRIHATIN Learn-From-Home Individuals, will also allow the users to access YTL Foundation’s Learn-From-Home content absolutely free of charge for an entire year as well as an RM50 Shopee voucher to purchase essentials via Shopee.

  • YES to provide 150 million GB of free data during latest MCO

    YES to provide 150 million GB of free data during latest MCO

    Now that another movement control order (MCO) is in place, all of us are going to be stuck at home for another two weeks, or maybe even more. We need to be able to stay connected to the Internet in that duration, but not everyone has broadband. With that in mind, YES will be giving away free data again.

  • 30000 students from USM received SIM cards for free from YTL

    30000 students from USM received SIM cards for free from YTL

    Recently, at least 30000 students from USM received free SIM which was given by the YTL Foundation and it comes with 40GB of data that’s valid for 60 days. This is extremely beneficial for the students due to the fact that the Movement Control Order is still in full effect, and will not be able to physically attend class.

  • Maxis dominates in user experience according to latest Opensignal report

    Maxis dominates in user experience according to latest Opensignal report

    Opensignal is back with another Mobile Network Experience Report, this time analysing the user experience for Malaysians when it comes to mobile networks in the country. The report covers all major mobile network operators in Malaysia including Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U-Mobile, Unifi, and Yes. It also analyses the experiences of users across 14 different regions in Malaysia.

  • Celcom moves ahead, Maxis maintains top speed and U Mobile improves in latest Opensignal Malaysia mobile network report

    Celcom moves ahead, Maxis maintains top speed and U Mobile improves in latest Opensignal Malaysia mobile network report

    Opensignal are back with their Mobile Network Experience Report for Malaysia September 2019 with the clear winner being Celcom with awards in the Latency Experience, 4G Availability and best Video Experience. Maxis maintained and solidified their position as "King of Speed" by getting awards in both Upload and Download speed while U Mobile improved leaps and bounds with 75% faster download speeds. Surprise contender Unifi stepped up offering Best Voice App experience (for when you make calls using apps like WhatsApp and so forth) but also improved in terms of video experience as well.

  • Penang is now the most advanced broadband state in Malaysia thanks to Terragraph Network powered by YES

    Penang is now the most advanced broadband state in Malaysia thanks to Terragraph Network powered by YES

    As promised by YTL Communications (YES) back in February 2019, the Terragraph network has been successfully installed offering free public WiFi across 50 locations. With this, this marks Penang to be the most advanced broadband state in Malaysia and they are definitely ready for 5G connectivity in the future.

  • After alienating Huawei, US President now wants 5G and 6G

    After alienating Huawei, US President now wants 5G and 6G

    While we're all still working on the eventual roll-out of 5G networks, current US President Donald J. Trump recently tweeted that he wants “... 5G, and even 6G, technology in the United States as soon as possible.” Considering that the US has just charged Huawei, the biggest provider of networking equipment in the world AND the most likely source of future 5G and 6G networks (which doesn't exist yet), for breaking US sanctions on top of banning their smartphones and other equipment from being sold in the US for years... we can't help but do a facepalm. No US networks have actually rolled out any 5G networks (while Penangites just got a taste of it with the recent YTL and Yes Terragraph trial).

  • YES Mobile introduces 4G KONFEM UNLIMITED POSTPAID PLAN from as low as RM46

    YES Mobile introduces 4G KONFEM UNLIMITED POSTPAID PLAN from as low as RM46

    Today, YES Mobile is proud to announce that it has a brand new postpaid plan called 4G KONFEM UNLIMITED POSTPAID plan with the starting price as low as RM46 per month only. For real? Yes, for real so read below on more details!