Proton Offers Enhanced YES Altitude 4G Package – Offered For Executive Variants And Up

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Proton Offers Enhanced YES Altitude 4G Package – Offered For Executive Variants And Up

Proton Holdings Bhd, in collaboration with YTL Communications Sdn Bhd have launched their latest in-car connectivity device, the YES Altitude 4G LTE Smartphone.

Previously, Proton owners were offered YES 4G Huddle XS mobile hotspot device – now upgraded to leverage off YES’ comprehensive LTE and 4G broadband networks.

Known as the PROTON YES Altitude Plan – it provides customers with data usage of up to 16GB of 4G LTE per month for a period of 12 months from the date of registration, effective from 14 January 2017. The package is offered to all Proton cars of Executive variants and above, subject to terms and conditions, previously the plan was only offered with selected models such as the Proton Suprima.

Dato Ahmad Fuaad Kenali, Chief Executive Officer of Proton commented, “The offer is valid while stocks last and we are confident that this special offer of great connection through the YES network which is a global frontrunner of 4G Internet, with 2 robust mobile networks (4G LTE with VoLTE and 4G Broadband) and has a coverage of 85% of the population nationwide, urban and rural landscape, will benefit customers,”

He added, “The Company believes that technology and car development goes hand in hand. With the current trend of using a mobile device at our fingertips for conveniences, customers can now also download the MyProton application with the YES Altitude 4G LTE smartphone to test drive cars, book service appointments and get details on Proton cars and its offerings. The application is available for both iOS and the Android platform.”



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