5 Reasons You Don’t Need An Unlimited Mobile Plan

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    NINA BINTI SAIRUDIN

    Cun, you're the best, Jeff! Fyi, Telco W is riding Celcom's network for 3g, and Celcom is the one capping speed at 4mbps, that was their deal. So I wonder if Yoodo also have this kinda deal with Celcom?

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  • Telco W is riding Celcom's network.

    Yoodo is not.
    Yoodo is owned by Celcom.
    Yoodo is the younger brother of Xpax, only better and friendlier.

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    theJeff Yoodo Staff

    MUHAMMAD AZLAN SHAHBIN CHE AHMAD is right. 

    Yes, Yoodo has a deal with Celcom, which allows us to get the same Network coverage (both 4G & 3G), we're all 'family' in that sense but business-wise there has to be proper agreements. Happy to mention, our agreement doesn't get throttled!

    Last night did speedtest at my house - got 19Mbps (which is faster than my previous broadband). NINA BINTI SAIRUDIN

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    CHAN KAM LENG

    The highest I've got which I tested last month in PJ area was 46.2Mbps for download and 31.8Mbps for upload, never gotten such high speed before for my old telco :)

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  • @kam leng

    Mobile speed king is still Maxis/Hotlink as published by opensignal and mcmc. 

    While using 4G+, Maxis easily reaches beyond 50mbps especially in Klang Valley and major cities. The speediest reading at 144mbps (!) was recorded when I was at Tapah R&R.

    Celcom/Xpax/Yoodo sit comfortably at no.2 with widest 3G/4G coverage.

    Still, Yoodo is my current preferred mobile plan as it has more attractive cost-benefit ratio. Speedwise, I can live with the average 10-20mbps Yoodo offers.

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    NINA BINTI SAIRUDIN

    Speedtest looks good on paper, but does anyone has screenshot of real time speed for downloading/streaming? Thanks again in advance!

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    ADNAN BINSAJAD HUSSEIN

    Hi, I tried an experiment this month using Yoodo voice minutes and Hotlink for Data on my second sim (bought a Hotlink Prepaid sim to try). I was tempted to do so since the rating for Maxis data was so good on based on articles I read.

    I found that in my real world use case, there were many areas which I went, Setapak (especially at my Apartment building) ,Setiawangsa, Titiwangsa, Maxis signal either drop to H or low signal causing data interruption. When I was previously using Celcom (and Yoodo) line for data, 95 per cent areas used to get 4G+ and very very rarely went to H.

    So I have decided to ditch the Maxis sim and subscribe to data on Yoodo again next cycle. Just because I can..lol.

     

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    NINA BINTI SAIRUDIN

    @Adnan thanks for the review, since I also live in Setapak. Haha. Havent use Celcom in eons, scared of congested problem like last time.

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  • @Nina

    From my experience, speedtest app like ookla, opensignal, meteor do reflect the actual performance most of the time,

    But if you are inclined to see real-time in-out data reading, you may want to try installing Internet Speed Meter Lite. This data tracking app will sit on notification panel and will show you the rate of data movement speed. 

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    LIM ZHI WEI

    For celcom n yoodo, i got around 40+mbps in town areas, around 10 in more kampung area while hotlink can get up to 50+ in town areas, when at kampung areas 😂😂😂 it "hops" onto celcom line

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    theJeff Yoodo Staff

    LIM ZHI WEI haha which kampung area you went to? curious

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    LIM ZHI WEI

    Well not to say an actual kampung area but passing by. Around raub or bentong, forgot which one and near gua musang.

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    NINA BINTI SAIRUDIN

    @Azlan

    Thanks for the suggestion, I use Network Monitor Mini myself too to track real time speed. Most of the time Speedtest result doesnt translate to the actual download/streaming speed. Hence the favor if any of you already using data on Yoodo can provide ss of download speed.

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  • Just tooooo convenient.... This is to good and it's trueeeee👍😘😘😘😘

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    Ninieys Yoodo Staff

    Hi TON MOHD NIZAMFIRDAUS BIN MD NAIN, we're glad we make you convenient with our services. That's what YOODO do and welcome onboard too😄 

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    TO_BE_DEFINED

    Nice indeed, got knowledge from this articles..

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  • Hello everyone,

    When I scrolling down under the topic of unlimited data,  I honestly, don’t really mind to not to have unlimited data because I don't want to be attached with my phone all the time thinking about the unlimited possibilities of what I pay for the Unlimited data.

    Maybe Yoodo's able to tweak a few things...

     1. Make eSIM fully FREE not just promo, as someone changes his phone on a regular basis (I'm not talking about me, puhlesss hahaha), is thinking how much to pay for eSIM after promo. As now only Digi n Yoodo give us FREE eSIM, other telcos I need to pay RM10 (like normal SIM). And only Digi n Yoodo provides for all type of Customers, prepaid and postpaid. As for Digi last time, after I activated my iPhone, I have to rush to Digi Centre/dealer to scan eSIM, such a hassle. With Yoodo just scan from email, but I wish it’s all FREE, just within promo period.

     2. YES, we don't need unlimited data, I am. Because I came back to Yoodo from Hotlink Unlimited Data, It was OK, until I don't know what to do with the data, despite I don't have to think about the quota, pay and enjoy. plus I don't really stream movies, just dive into YouTube once in a while to catch Ted Talks videos. But, if Yoodo could reconsider to have a more competitive price for data and add on. I.e for basic 2GB - 5GB. I understand we have a promo, RM20 for 20gb, but it’s a promo... you know, after this, going back to the old price. And for add on, appreciate if Yoodo could consider having a lower add on price, like RM2 for WhatsApp, which I believe could help more users, I believe they are out there, but unable to tell about this.

    For example like myself, I need both talk n data, RM47 for 10GB + 2000 mins... still, about RM50/ month. It's not that people are unable to pay, but if we could have something competitive. Extra money, can leave in the wallet to buy extra add on later.

    3. Make it a fixed plan price RM20 for 20GB. that's it, just for that 20GB, the rest of the plan remains the same. how about it? - many of us would be happier with this awesome news.

     I do believe in Yoodo... keep improvising your service.

    #yoodoitbetter

    Tq.

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    MUHAMMAD RASHID BIN MAHMUD

    Unlimited data + call + sms = RM 35.
    Not bad at all

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    FOO LYE HENG

    Unlimited data week make me addicted to my phone. Cheaper data with 5GB is probably what is considered sufficient for normal use today.

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