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OpenSignal: YES 4G LTE The Leader In Speed & Availability In Malaysia logo 9/1/2018 Andre Chan

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It has been around a year and a half since YES debuted their 4G LTE network here and it has being making great stride ever since.  In an impressive show of feat during that relative short window of time, it manages to surpass all the major local telcos in terms of overall 4G speed as well as availability – according to the latest “State of Mobile Networks: Malaysia” network report by OpenSignal, which is the global standard for analytical solution for mobile experience trusted by consumers and industry stakeholders.

With an average download speed of 19.3Mbps, YES 4G LTE leads in the speed category in which the global average 4G LTE download speed comes up to 16.6Mbps. More importantly, more and more people can enjoy the high speed network as all YES customers are able to connect to the 4G LTE signal 93.2% of the time, compared to the average 74% of the four major telcos here. More than one billion data points were crowdsourced from 75,288 real world smartphone users in Malaysia to create OpenSignal’s October 2017 country report.

Beyond 4G, YES also offers LTE-Advanced (4G+) and while it is not widely available yet, the speed it can offer is definitely impressive.

Mr. Wing K Lee, CEO of YTL Communications demonstrating YES’s 4G+ network speed on the Samsung Galaxy Note8

As the first mobile operator in Malaysia to offer voice-over-LTE (VoLTE), YES has also been recognized for their groundbreaking effort as they bagged the “Most Innovative Voice Service” from Telecom Asia Awards 2017. VoLTE offers a host of benefit such as high-definition crystal clear calls, 2x faster call setup, secured end-to-end call and 15% Better Power Consumption.

YES 4G LTE is currently supported by a wide range of Android smartphones from the likes of Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, vivo, Nokia, Leagoo and Alcatel among others.

To read the full OpenSignal report, head over here.


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