On its official Twitter account, Yes announced that Malaysia’s 5G network coverage has been expanded to over 56 new locations around the country, with Perak joining the list. Yes is the country’s first telco provider to implement Digital Nasional Berhad’s (DNB) 5G network that allows consumers to have seamless and wider connectivity.
The 56 locations comprised 28 new locations in Johor Bahru, 15 new areas in Kuala Lumpur, 10 in Selangor and two around Putrajaya and Klang Valley.
It is important to note that in order to connect to the 5G network, you must have a smartphone that supports the 5G network. Moreover, you also need to subscribe to the Yes 5G plan, seeing that at the moment, Yes is the only telco that offers 5G postpaid and prepaid plans in Malaysia.
You can simply check whether your device is eligible for the 5G network and if it does, give it a try and see how well it works!