All Yes Infinite Users Get Additional 10GB Hotspot Quota

Aiman Maulana
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All Yes Infinite Users Get Additional 10GB Hotspot Quota

Great news for all Yes Infinite users in Malaysia as you will be able to enjoy an additional 10GB of hotspot quota for free.

Yes Infinite Extra 10GB Hotspot Quota

All Yes Infinite Users Get Additional 10GB Hotspot Quota

All Yes Infinite Users Get Additional 10GB Hotspot Quota

YTL Communications has made upgrades to its Yes Infinite and Infinite Plus postpaid plans by introducing a significant increase in hotspot quota. Subscribers of these plans will receive a permanent 10GB boost to their monthly hotspot limit, free of charge and with automatic updates during the next bill cycle.

The new hotspot data allocation for the Infinite plans is 20GB for the basic plan, 50GB for the standard plan, 80GB for the premium plan, and 110GB for the ultra plan. The Infinite plans, starting from RM58 per month for the basic plan and going up to RM178 for the ultra package, offer unlimited calls, 5G and 4G data with no Fair Use Policy, making the plans truly “unlimited” compared to similar offerings from other telcos.

Yes 5G’s Infinite plans come with no contract and are perfect for customers who don’t need a phone with their plan. However, those who do require a phone with their plan will need to subscribe to the Yes Infinite Plus plans, which come with a 36-month contract and a free 5G smartphone, the exact model depending on the tier.

Recently, Yes 5G capped the 5G hotspot usage on its prepaid FT5G Unlimited plan, limiting hotspot usage to 12GB, regardless of the connection (4G or 5G). This comes just days after the carrier introduced the postpaid hotspot upgrade. Several other telcos have also made upgrades this month, including U Mobile and Hotlink, which have given customers more data without raising prices. On the other hand, Unifi Mobile reduced its FUP cap for its prepaid unlimited monthly pass from 100GB to 60GB.


Pokdepinion; I personally don’t use a lot of hotspot anyway so I wouldn’t mind but for those of you who are consistently carrying multiple devices and want internet wherever you go, I’m sure this is great news for you.

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