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12/22/2020
YTL Communications partners Shopee to offer free 5GB Data

YTL Communications Sdn Bhd is looking to double up subscribers for its Yes mobile network bolstered by more future collaborations under its new Kasi Up plans in the coming year ahead.

12/21/2020
YTL Communication partners Shopee to offer free 5GB data

YTL Communication Sdn Bhd and e-commerce platform Shopee has collaborated to introduce a reward programme, Kasi Up, where Yes prepaid and postpaid users can earn 5GB of free data when they spend RM50 on Shopee’s platform.

12/16/2020
YES 4G launches lowest-priced plan and new save-earn-share model with cash rewards

YTL Communications has rolled out new YES Kasi Up prepaid and postpaid plans on its YES 4G network, as well as a unique referral model that gives cash rewards subscribers and the people they refer the network to.

12/15/2020
YTL unit launches new Yes Kasi Up prepaid and postpaid plans

YTL Corp Bhd’s telecommunications unit YTL Communications Sdn Bhd has launched its new Yes Kasi Up plans under the Yes mobile network.

12/15/2020
Yes Kasi Up Puts Cash In The Hands Of The Rakyat

YTL Communications today rolled out its new YES Kasi Up initiative, designed to give the rakyat much-needed cash in these challenging times. The initiative features the telco market’s most affordable data plans and a unique referral model th...

12/15/2020
Higashiyama Niseko Village, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve Opens In Japan's Legendary Winter Wonderland

"We have immense commitment and dedication to making an even greater mark on the world with Japan's first Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Niseko Village. Higashiyama Niseko Village offers a world-class gateway to Niseko's adventurous mountains, renowned g...

12/5/2020
Tourists and residents able to top up water bottles with new refill units in Dorchester

LOCALS and visitors in Dorset will soon be able to top up with tap water for free, thanks to new Wessex Water refill points.

12/4/2020
YTL's futuristic headquarters in KL

YTL hopes that the "diverse needs of all staff for different styles of working" would be met in its new headquarters, fostering a "healthy work culture that promotes creativity, collaboration and inspiration".

12/3/2020
Step Into A Reimagined Starhill Dining For Fine Cuisine And Entertainment

If you’re looking for ever-changing and interesting menus served in sophisticated surroundings, The Starhill Dining’s different concepts under one rood will serve up just that. The signature Shook! will bring new gastronomic creations ...

12/2/2020
YTL Cement Contributes To Perak Food Bank

“We are hopeful that our donation will bring relief to those who have had their access to food and necessities adversely impacted, and are delighted to support YABhg. Datin Seri Dr. Nomee Radzi and the Perak Food Bank in their mission to imp...

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12/21/2020
Cartel crackdown: Neither beef, nor halal

The New Straits Times' exposé of the activities of a syndicate, which smuggled in non-certified meat and sold it in Malaysia as halal products, has unearthed more startling revelations.

12/21/2020
Meat cartel 'bribing government officers'

Senior officers from no fewer than four government agencies are believed to be working hand-in-glove with a cartel specialising in bringing non-certified meat into Malaysia and passing it off as halal-certified products.

12/21/2020
Mufti: Not a sin to unknowingly consume non-halal products

Muslims have been urged to remain calm and not panic over the revelation that a cartel has been shipping in non-certified meat and passing them off as halal products. 

12/3/2020
Frasers offers emergency loan to Arcadia

Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group confirmed it had offered £50mil (US$66.70mil) of emergency funding to Philip Green’s Arcadia fashion group, which is on the brink of falling into administration.

12/2/2020
Netflix plans to double spending on original content in Asia

Netflix Inc. is planning to double its spending on original content in Asia next year to help stay ahead in a crowded streaming market.

12/1/2020
BoE split over subzero rates

The Bank of England (BoE) is seeing old fault lines open up as officials lock horns on whether to take interest rates below zero for the first time.