Free 5G SIM pack offered under telco’s campaign until Feb 14


Mobile network operator YTL Communications’ YES welcomes 2022 by ushering in new beginnings for Malaysians with its #FirstToDiscover5G campaign.

Through the campaign until Feb 14, YES is offering a free YES FT5G prepaid discover SIM pack to customers with a 5G-compatible phone.

Customers who sign up for the 5G SIM pack will be able to experience the fifth generation of wireless mobile technology, delivering higher data speeds, ultra low latency, more reliable coverage, massive network capacity and a more uniformed user experience.

Upon signing up for the free pack at www.yes.my/DiscoverFT5G or via the MyYES App, the SIM card will be delivered to the customer at no extra charge.

They will then need to activate it on a 5G-compatible cellphone and complete the activation via eKYC for verification purposes.

“There are more than two million 5G-compatible phones in use in Malaysia today,” said YTL Communications chief executive officer Wing K. Lee.

“To celebrate the arrival of 5G in the country and enable the owners of these 5G phones to enjoy the new service, we are proud to introduce the #FirstToDiscover5G campaign.

“This will ensure that more Malaysians have access to 5G with our free FT5G Prepaid Discover SIM Pack.

“This is the first in a series of campaigns we are developing to encourage widespread 5G adoption in Malaysia.”

Lee added that YES remained committed to spearheading a more connected future for Malaysians and enable easier access for everyone to experience the power of 5G.

YES 5G was launched in December last year in line with Digital Nasional Bhd’s launch of Malaysia’s 5G services, being the first telco in Malaysia to do so.

In conjunction with the launch, YES introduced a series of special YES #FirstTo5G Plans which include unlimited 5G access until April 1, namely the YES FT5G prepaid unlimited, YES FT5G postpaid 49 and YES FT5G postpaid 99 phone bundles.

Current 5G coverage areas include Putrajaya, Cyberjaya and parts of Kuala Lumpur city centre, with plans to rapidly expand to all major cities by end 2022.

A list of 5G-supported devices are listed at https://site.yes.my/supported-devices/

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