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Mobile & Wireless

YTL offers Wi-Fi on Konsortium Transnasional buses

Friday 1 February 2013 | 01:21 CET | News
Malaysian Wimax operator YTL Communications has partnered with express bus service Konsortium Transnasional to add Wi-Fi to selected bus lines. The Yes-branded 4G Wi-Fi service will offer 30 MB of data for free and after that customers pay MYR 5 for a 500 MB scratch card. Passengers on "Nice" buses can also use the Nice tablets holstered at each seat if they do not have a Wi-Fi enabled internet device with them.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: YTL Communications
Countries: Malaysia
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