Telco offers 150 million GB of free data to users

YTL Communications’ YES is boosting its ongoing Kasi Up initiative with 150 million GB of free data for users, just as the latest movement control order kicked in across the country.

The free data is available through the YES Databack programme, which offers free data to consumers when they shop on partner platforms.

YES Databack is currently available exclusively on Shopee, whose customers earn 5GB of free data with every RM50 they spend on the platform and receive up to 100GB each month.

Announcing the 150 million GB YES Databack giveaway, YTL Communications managing director Datuk Yeoh Seok Hong said, “Data today is a lifeline for the rakyat, akin to electricity and water.

“Everyone needs data to stay in touch with loved ones, to keep learning, keep their business afloat, participate in the internet economy, and shop for everyday essentials. Not to mention entertainment for the whole family.

“Our Kasi Up initiative allows us to put much-needed data in the hands of the rakyat.

“They can start claiming free data right away; all purchases done on Shopee in December 2020 are immediately eligible for YES Databack.”

For a limited time, YES is also offering its YES Kasi Up Prepaid 15 plan, which costs RM15/month and comes with 10GB of data with a 30-day validity period, for just RM1 to first-time YES SIM card buyers on Shopee.

The SIM card pack will be delivered to Shopee users for free.

For details, download the MyYes app on Google Play or the AppStore, or visit

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