I believe some of Yes 4G users are in shock when they opened up their account details in their Yes Life app either in Android or iOS to discover that their data, calls and SMS quota are all gone. For those of you facing this issue, there might be a glitch and please inform Yes 4G. This is their careline 018-3330000 or go over here to contact them through online or tweet them at @yescare. Or you have forgotten to top up your Yes account.
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Recently, YTL Communications had partnered with e-Pay to provide Yes 4G users the convenience to top up their Yes 4G accounts at more than 11, 800 e-Pay terminals.
This is good news to Yes 4G fans as previously, they can only top up their accounts at Yes Stores only. Now, they can top up their accounts at 7-11 outlets because most of them have e-Pay terminals. They can now top up 24/7.
We kick-start our the Great Penang Food Hunt today with a talk from Tan Sri Francis Yeoh and also CEO of YTL Communications, Wing K Lee. Each of us is given a YES Huddle to test YES 4G. Stay tuned with my blog for more information about the YES 4G Great Penang Food Hunt.
YTL’s YES 4G the Great Penang Food Hunt campaign.
I saw this campaign on March 5th 2011. I thought why not give it a try since I love Penang food so much. Then, procrastination took over me and until the last day of submission that I emailed them my application.
YES 4G in Penang
Yeah! It’s finally here. Last few weeks, I was thinking on how to save my telecommunication bills and how to have mobile internet on the go.
My current spending on broadband:
P1 Wimax 1.2MB package: RM99/month. (for my home)
TM Stremyx 1.0MB package: RM68/month. (for my business)
DiGi Internet Lite 300MB package: RM33/month. (for my girlfriend’s iPhone 3GS)
That’s a total of RM200 spent on broadband alone. And I don’t even earn that much every month from the Internet. 🙁