YTL Communications today has announced a refreshed line-up of telco plans for Yes 4G that cover both prepaid and postpaid segment through a brand-new campaign that it calls Kasi Up. To spice up these new plans, the company has also created an elaborate referral program for them as well.
For starters, there are now three Yes 4G prepaid plans with Kasi Up Prepaid 15 being the most affordable of the bunch as it is priced at RM 15 per month and provides users with 10GB of data. The second plan in the list is the Kasi Up Prepaid 20 which costs RM 20 per month and comes with data allocation of 20GB as standard.
Under the prepaid segment, there is also the Kasi Up Prepaid Unlimited plan that allows customers to obtain unlimited data for RM 30 per month. However, the speed will be capped to 7Mbps and only 9GB of data is available for hotspot on a monthly basis.
For calls and SMS messages, Kasi Up Prepaid customers will be charged RM 0.09 per minute for calls and messages made to non-Yes 4G recipients. On another hand, there are no charges involved if they call or message other Yes 4G users. In terms of validity, all of these new Kasi Up Prepaid plans last for 30 days.
As for the Kasi Up Postpaid plans, one of them is the Kasi Up Postpaid 49 which provide 100GB of data for RM 49 per month. Customers can choose to obtain this plan without any contract but if they opt for the 24-months contract, the first six months of their tenure will be free of charge and they will only have to start paying the bill from the seventh month onwards.
Yes 4G is also offering the Kasi Up Postpaid 30 Phone Bundle that provides a free phone to customers alongside 20GB of data for RM 30 per month. While the telco has yet to provide in-depth details regarding this bundle inside its website at the time this article is published but it apparently comes with a 2-year contract and customers will also be supplied with a Yes-branded phone.
Regardless of the Kasi Up Postpaid plans that one chooses, both of them come with free voice calls and SMS to all networks. Meanwhile, Yes 4G has also integrated a referral program into its new Kasi Up offerings in which customers can receive up to RM 50 for both themselves and friends or family members that signed up to any of these plans under their name.
Customers can choose to cash out their referral earnings to their bank account or utilise them for bill payments as well as add-ons and credit reload purchases. As noted right on its website, Yes 4G intends to have customers use these new Kasi Up plans as a way to make side income which sounds like a multi-level marketing scheme but it is what it is. For further details, do check out Yes 4G’s official website right here.