What is Yes Super 88 Postpaid about?
A postpaid service plan from Yes offering bigger internet data quota of 30GB of 4G LTE network at RM88 per month.
That’s not all, you get to choose a modem, either portable Huddle XS 4G LTE, for tethering with your mobile broadband plan for FREE. That way, you can share your internet data with up to 10 devices.
How much is the upfront cost?
It’s pretty straightforward. First, you have two choices of plan here: SIM card-only plan or device-bundled package. They come with slightly different pricing.
With SIM card-only plan, you only need to place an Advance Payment of one (1) month commitment fee, which will be rebated in your first and second bill cycles.
For plan bundled with devices, you are required put down RM100 for the plan’s Activation Fee and a one (1) month Advance Payment. Non-Malaysians need to fork out extra RM100 as a deposit on top of any of these plans.
Am I tied to a contract?
For plan with devices, there is 18-month contract of usage. There is no penalty fee for terminating it within the contract period, however you are subject to settle the commitment fee for the remaining months left.
What if I want to use my own modem?
You could, but with the bundle plans for postpaid broadband, you get the FREE modem anyway. So why not pick it up anyway.
To enjoy the Yes experience, you will need to sign up with Yes and get your Yes ID. It’s the ID that allows you to fluidly connect to all devices and use their incredible internet network.
How to pay for my monthly bill?
There are many ways to do so at your convenience: online banking or cheque and cash payment over-the-counter. But, if you opted for an auto billing service with locally issued credit cards, you are entitled to a RM5 rebate for every billing transaction.
How do I know there’s coverage where I live?
Now here’s a solvable issue. When you have a mobile broadband device, it doesn’t matter much where you are in Malaysia, the internet will find you. But if you’re still curious to know, check out their website for a coverage map and find out if your location is optimized to the Yes network.
Where do I go if I have any issues?
If you happen to face any disruptions or issues with your device, maybe even lost the instruction manual. You could always head over to their website and hit Support, if the page doesn’t hold the answers to all your questions you can always head over to the nearest Yes kiosk or store for additional support.