Proton teams up with YTL

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 15 Jan 2017

Great connection: (From left) Ahmad, Soo Keng, Rohime, Wing, Radzaif and Jacob launching the ‘Proton YES Altitude Plan’ at the DRB-Hicom Auto Fest in Glenmarie, Shah Alam.

SHAH ALAM: Proton and YTL Communica­tions have teamed up to provide a free “Proton YES Altitude Plan” package where customers get a smartphone and 4G LTE data usage of up to 16GB monthly for a year.

The free package, while stocks last, is for all Proton cars of Executive variants and above.

“We are confident that this special offer of great connection through the YES network, which is a global frontrunner of 4G Internet with two robust mobile networks (4G LTE with VoLTE and 4G Broadband) and has a coverage of 85% of the population nationwide, will be­­ne­­fit customers,” said Proton CEO Datuk Ah­­mad Fuaad Kenali at the DRB-Hicom Auto Fest.

“Customers can also download the MyProton application with the YES Altitude 4G LTE smartphone to test drive cars, book service appointments and get details on Proton cars and its offers. The application is available for both iOS and Android systems,” he added.

YTL Communications CEO Wing K. Lee said more drivers were using data for navigation, entertainment and ride-sharing.

“Mobile Internet is steering the future of driving and connectivity in cars and is beco­ming a highly desired feature. As the first nationwide all-4G service provider, we aim to bring a high performance connected lifestyle to Malaysians, and we are pleased to do so through the newly enhanced Proton YES Altitude Plan exclusively for new Proton customers,” he said.

Also present were Proton Edar CEO Rohime Shafie, Proton deputy CEO Datuk Radzaif Mohamed as well as YTL Communications executive director Datuk Yeoh Soo Keng and deputy CEO Jacob Yeoh.

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