Yes 4G have unveiled a whole new range of postpaid and prepaid plans for Malaysians to enjoy. Alongside the plans, Yes 4G have also introduced their very own Yes Altitude smartphone which supports VoLTE. Yes 4G claims their LTE will bring your experience to a whole new level as their postpaid and prepaid service rely on full LTE coverage only. They even claimed that you will only have “Always 4G” in your smartphone and it will not drop to 3G or lower, 4G all the way. This is indeed very promising and therefore taking our LTE experience to a whole new level as VoLTE have been introduced, Yes 4G being the first telco in Malaysia to introduce this as well.
In terms of postpaid plans, there are 5 different types. The Postpaid 48 gives you 10GB of data, Postpaid 88 gives you 24GB of data, Postpaid 98 gives you 32GB of data, Postpaid 128 gives you 38GB of data and the Postpaid 158 gives you 46GB of data in total. Do take note that the Postpaid 88 plan is currently going through ” Yes 4G LTE Hero Plan”as their introductory offer for a limited time which is priced at only RM70 rather than the regular RM88. Not to forget, you will actually get Yes 4G’s Altitude smartphone for free for the Hero Plan.
Moving on to the prepaid plans, the SIM card itself will cost you RM10 unless you purchase the Samsung J 2016 series or Yes Altitude which comes bundled with the SIM pack itself. As for the call rates, it is free calls and SMS to any Yes numbers while its fixed at 9 cent for calls and SMS to other network providers. The SIM pack comes pre-loaded with RM5 credit and Free Basic Internet being activated.
I might be seriously considering getting the Monthly RM30 prepaid data plan which gives me 4GB of 4G LTE + 4GB of Broadband. Of course I don’t think so I’ll be using the Broadband quota, but 4GB quota for RM30 and pure 4G LTE experience? I can’t wait to activate my prepaid SIM and subscribe to the plan. Rest of the data plans can be referred via the image above.
This is Yes 4G’s very own LTE smartphone with VoLTE capability. As for the specifications, it isn’t something great but it does feel smooth during my usage without installing any additional apps. In terms of specifications, it comes with 5-inch IPS HD Display, 4G LTE with VoLTE support, dual SIM (micro SIM), 2300mAh battery, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage and supports micro SD card up to 32GB. It’s powered by Snapdragon 400 Quadcore processor and has a 8MP main camera while 2MP for the front facing camera. The Yes Altitude 4G LTE smartphone is priced at RM399 inclusive of GST.
Would you consider migrating to Yes 4G’s postpaid or prepaid services? Or would you rather wait for few months and read up some reviews from users?