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|Industry||Internet and telecommunications|
|Headquarters||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
|Wing K. Lee (CEO)|
|Products||Wimax broadband services
Wireless broadband services
Yes is a Malaysian communications service provider, owned by YTL Corporation. Yes uses a prepaid utility model for billing, charging 9 sen for 3 megabytes of data, a single SMS, or a minute of voice call respectively. Being based on the prepaid model, it requires subscribers to "top up" their accounts with credits before they can be used.
At launch, their coverage area spanned 65% of Peninsular Malaysia including major cities, towns, highways and secondary roads on the east coast which they now have 85% coverage and constructed 4,200 base stations in 2 years. The service is also provided for free on the high-speed KLIA Express train from Kuala Lumpur to KLIA. As a Mobile WiMAX provider, Yes uses Yes ID, a username authentication method that does not require the use of SIM cards.
A postpaid version of the service was launched in 2012, offering a monthly quota of 1.5 GB at RM48, to 6GB at RM98. The company had a 10GB package which was priced at RM168 but was ceased on 17 May 2013. Upon hitting the quota, the service will throttle all connections to 128 kbit/s, in contrast to the complete unavailability of the service once the credit has run out with the prepaid version of the service.
A triple-play service was in the works, with Sezmi as its content provider partner. However, with Sezmi defunct and no announcement as of 2013, it is largely assumed from a website that the project has been abandoned because of Sezmi due to its failure in September 2011.
Yes sources their dongles and modems from Infomark Korea, the same company which Clearwire sources their devices from. Notably, the YES Huddle is identical to a Clearwire Clear Spot 4G, both being OEM versions of the Infomark Biscuit, but with a customised firmware.
As of launch date, Yes devices available included the Yes Go USB dongle and Yes Huddle Wi-Fi mobile hotspot. Other products to come include a Yes 4G phone called the Yes Buzz and a home/office WiFi gateway called the Yes Zoom. On 30 Jun 2016 , Yes 4G had rolled out 4G LTE service and Yes Altitude 4G Smartphone
Available Yes 4G devices include:
- Huddle XS mobile hotspot
- Huddle mobile hotspot
- Zoom 4G Gateway
- Samsung 4G Chromebook
- Yes Altitude 4G VoLTE smartphone
|2300MHz ()||60MHz||WiMAX/TD-LTE||10MHz TD-LTE|
|2600 MHz ()||20MHz||TD-LTE|
Education Partner Program (EPP)
Under Education Partner Program, YTL corporation provides Yes 4G accounts for Malaysian undergraduates with free 300 MB data transfer which worth RM9 monthly. Current participating universities include Universiti Malaya, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman and Tunku Abdul Rahman College.
- "Say Yes | 4G Devices". Yes.my. 25 May 2011. Retrieved 1 February 2012.
- TAN. "Undergraduates – How to Call/SMS For Free Using Yes 4G". Retrieved 3 June 2013.