YES 4G Internet speed test: First impression
The YES go USB dongle has a similar shape and size as a typical USB flash drive, except the fact that its USB plug could be swivel for about 270 degree. Upon plugging into the PC, it appears as a CD-ROM to perform driver installation. The YES 4G Network manager will start up once the installation complete which prompt you to input your YES ID and password.
Next, we tried to download the latest PDF reader using a download manager, which the file size comes to about 35MB. The speed maxed out to about 326 KB/s which is translated to approximately 3Mbps of download rate. It took about 3 minutes to complete the download.
Overall, the download and upload rate locally and internationally are not impressive. However, we do have to consider other variable factors that might affect the speed. As we mentioned earlier, this is done in the office environment. Stay tune as we update the speed test on outdoors and on-the-go.