5G Now Available In Certain Areas Within Johor and Selangor

28 Apr 2022 - Lowyat

When 5G service was first made available to the public last December, you could only access it in Putrajaya, Cyberjaya and selected locations within Kuala Lumpur. Now, the 5G coverage has been expanded further to cover selected areas within Johor and Selangor as well.

This was revealed by Yes who is still the only telco that has offered 5G service to consumers. As noted through a post on its Facebook page, here is the list of the new 5G areas:

Johor :

  • Kampung Ungku Mohsin
  • Kempas Denai
  • Bandar Baru Uda
  • Water Tank Bandar Baru Uda
  • Jalan Taruka
  • Jalan Skudai Kiri
  • Taman Abad


  • LDP Jalan Ara SD 7
  • Taman Jati
  • Taman Bukit Permata
  • SS21 PJ
  • Kampung Sungai Kertas
  • Taman Bukit Serdang
  • Jalan Bunga Raya 3
  • Pandan Jaya
  • Taman Seri Hijau
  • Taman Sri Cheras Jaya
  • Kuang
  • Kampung Nakhoda
  • Kampung Batu Belah
  • Jalan Haji Sirat
  • Tanah Perkuburan Islam Kampung Sungai Choh
  • North-South Expressway
  • Taman Juara Jaya
  • Surau Nur Ikhwan
  • Pusat Bandar Rawang
  • Taman Setia Rawang
  • Flat Bayu Murni
  • Jalan Selayang Baru
  • Taman Industri Intergrasi Rawang
  • Taman Keramat Exchange
  • Taman Industri Bolton
  • Seksyen 11, Kota Damansara
  • Taman Bukit Rawang Jaya
  • Kampung Melayu Batu 16
  • Apartment Kos Sederhana Taman Tun Teja
  • Taman Bukit Raja

At the moment, Yes is offering 5G through two plans including the Prepaid FT5G plan which costs RM30 while the Postpaid FT5G plan is priced at RM49. Users can utilise 5G through these plans without any speed or data cap until further notice although they do come with unlimited 7Mbps and 100GB high-speed 4G data, respectively.

Digital Nasional Berhad has previously said that it aims to expand the national 5G footprint to around 40% of the populated areas in the country by the end of 2022. Subsequently, the coverage will be expanded further to 80% of the populated areas by 2024.



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