Yes 4G SIM Card Video Review: Unlimited Data for $7!? (30/40 RM Plans)

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Are you going to Malaysia and are in need of a Malaysian SIM card? What if I told you can get an UNLIMITED data plan for ONLY $7 (30 MYR)? That sounds crazy, but it is true! Let's find out what Yes offers!

Malaysia has 4 full operators: Digi, Hotlink, Celcom, and U Mobile. A full operator is an operator that has 2G, 3G, and 4G/LTE networks

Moreover, there are 3 4G/LTE-only operators, which are Altel, Unifi, and Yes. Unlike Altel and Unifi, Yes does not have national roaming agreements with the full operators, meaning that Yes is genuinely a 4G/LTE-only operator.

Yes is somewhat an exclusive network because they use frequencies that are not common in Malaysia and around the world (TD(D)-LTE). However, they are one of the operators to have the most extensive 4G/LTE networks in West Malaysia, and speeds are okay.

Furthermore, they are one of the few (if not the only) Malaysia operators to offer UNLIMITED data plans for affordable prices. $7! Try getting an unlimited data pack for less than $10 in the US, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand – I will be waiting!

When I was in Malaysia, I decided to test out 5 of the many operators: Digi, Hotlink/Maxis, Celcom, U Mobile, and, of course, Yes.

In this video, I will tell you more about Yes and show you a speed test I did while I was in Malaysia. The result may surprise you.

To see the in-depth review of Yes, make sure to check out

0:33: Operators in Malaysia
1:58: A note about Yes frequencies
3:25: Yes SIM card price and registration
4:04: Yes data packages
6:14: A warning about Yes packages
7:05: Yes SIM card showcase
8:46: Yes speed test
10:16 Final thoughts

Ernest Adu

Ernest Adu, going by just Adu, is the founder and editor at Phone Travel Wiz. He has been a traveler for 6 years. Although from Europe, the Netherlands, Adu's favorite region is Asia. In particular, East and Southeast Asia. He currently lives in Tainan, Taiwan.

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