After announcing a couple of weeks ago that it will be entering the telco market, Yes has finally unveiled its postpaid and prepaid plans. Offering up to 46GB of data for only RM158 a month, Malaysian consumers now have even more options to choose from.
First, let’s talk about the postpaid plans. Users can choose from five different plans: Postpaid 48, 88, 98, 128 and 158. The most affordable of the bunch is definitely the Postpaid 48 plan; as its name suggests, it costs only RM48 a month. The Postpaid 48 offers 10GB of data – 6GB 4G LTE and 4GB 4G broadband – per month with free on-net calls and SMS. To other networks, calls will cost 9 sen per minute; SMS will also cost 9 sen per message. For easy reference, here are the full list of postpaid plans:
In order to take advantage of the Yes 4G Broadband, users will need to use a Yes Huddle. Otherwise, they are effectively losing out on the other half of the data, although some would argue that 6GB of data for RM48 per month – for the Postpaid 48 plan – is reasonable.
Next, we have the prepaid plans: Yes has a whopping seven plans to choose from. There is one daily plan, two weekly plans, and four monthly plans. For those who need a lot of data, the Monthly 88 plan will be the most suitable one: it offers 14GB of 4G LTE or 14GB of 4G broadband data. Unlike Yes’ postpaid plans, customers will have to choose between 4G LTE or 4G broadband for the prepaid plans.
To reward its customers for their loyalty, existing Yes 4G broadband users will receive up to 8GB of 4G LTE data for free. If you’re a Yes 4G broadband subscriber, you’ll just have to drop by a Yes store to redeem your SIM card. Yes also mentioned that it will be releasing an app sometime in the future to make it easier for users to manage their accounts.