The RM999 Honor 6 will also be available on postpaid contract bundling and DiGi is now accepting pre-orders online. As usual, it is bundled with DiGi’s Smart Plan on 24 months duration.
The full bundled pricing are as follows:
DG Smart Plan 78 (3GB Internet) – RM599
DG Smart Plan 108 (5GB Internet) – RM359
DG Smart Plan 148 (6GB Internet) – RM159
During registration, you would need to fork out between RM360 to RM800 as advance payment along with 1 month subscription fee. Existing DiGi subscribers that have been active for the past 12 months are entitled for the advance payment waiver. As an added bonus, those who pre-order will also get a free power bank while stocks last.
To recap on the specs, the Honor 6 is quite an affordable high-spec device with a 5″ Full HD display, 1.7GHz Octa-Core Hi-Silicon Kirin 920 processor with 3GB of RAM, 13MP Sony BSI camera with front facing 5MP camera, 16GB of expandable storage and a decent sized 3,100mAh capacity battery. Retailing at RM999, it undercuts most flagship devices that are double its price tag. You can check out the full details over here.
If you order the Honor 6 from DiGi before 15th October, DiGi would have it delivered as early as 17th October. For more information, head over to DiGi’s Honor 6 product page.
UPDATE: DiGi offers the Galaxy Note 4 from RM1,169.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be available in Malaysia any moment now and DiGi wants to know if you’re planning to get one with them. They have just initiated its customary registration of interest for the latest phablet.
On DiGi’s page, they have listed 3 colour options – Frosted White, Charcoal Black and Bronze Gold. As usual, the unique Blossom Pink will be reserved for later release.
To register, head over to DiGi’s Galaxy Note 4 page.
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Snatch thefts are a serious problem in our country and smart phones are often an easy target. As it sucks big time to have your precious gadgets stolen, DiGi is taking matters to its own hands by introducing is very own UndrCovr. They claim that this is a beautiful, reliable, and professionally-designed solution to keep your smart phones safe from prying eyes.
We don’t want to spoil all the fun, so watch the video after the break.
DiGi‘s got a new network and it’s so confident with this new network that it is offering you a full refund on your advance payment within 7 days of you signing-up if you’re not happy with its network. But of course, with offers as good as this there are bound to be strings attached.
Firstly, this is applicable to new subscribers only. For those of you who’ve been with DiGi for years, this is not for you.
Secondly, this offer is only for SIM only subscriptions, if you’re on a contract, you’ll probably still have to pay the early termination fee if you want out.
Thirdly, the money back offer is only for when new subscribers choose the DiGi SmartPlan 50 or SmartPlan 78, and if you want to make use of this offer, there is only a handful of DiGi Stores that are offering it — they are in The Gardens, Sunway Pyramid, PJ SS2, BBT One Tower in Klang and Bangsar Shopping Centre (if you’re wondering, the DiGi Store Express store in IOI Mall is not one of them).
On top of that, you might want to read the following “notes” from DiGi with regards to the offer:
Only applicable to new registrations of SIM only plans – i.e. DG SmartPlan™ 50 and DG SmartPlan™ 78.
Refunds are only provided upon subscription termination within the first seven (7) days.
Credit limit within the seven (7) day period will be reduced to RM50 and will be adjusted to its default credit limit thereafter.
The money back guarantee is not applicable to port-in customers.
The money back guarantee is not valid in the following instances:
Subscriber has made IDD or International Roaming calls within seven (7) days.
Subscriber requests to port out in less than seven (7) days.
The money back guarantee is a nice gesture from DiGi but looking at the terms and conditions, we can’t help but feel that the intention is much less sincere.
More info on the DiGi Money Back Guarantee here.
This happened a few days ago at a DiGi Store Express at IOI Mall. A customer had made payment at the centre a day before but his payment wasn’t reflected on their system. When he approached the staff the next day for a solution, all he got was further frustration.
As the camera started rolling, the situation starts to get ugly. The male staff appears to have started explaining about waiver and when he noticed that he’s being caught on video, he immediately snapped back why is he being recorded. This was followed by another female staff shouting back rudely “customer besar ke?”
DiGi has been revamping its network for the longest time. It was an ambitious project that aims to build what they call, the Tomorrow Network. With several years in the making, it was as if tomorrow would never come.
Finally it looks like the wait is over, as DiGi claims that their all new network is ready to deliver its consistent internet promise. To date they have upgraded over 6,300 sites which offers 82% 3G coverage with HSPA+ and they aim to bring this up to 86% by end of 2014. For 4G LTE, they have expanded their coverage across the Klang Valley, Johor Bahru, Kampar and Kota Kinabalu. By year end, DiGi says they will have at least 1,500 sites delivering 4G LTE connectivity.
DiGi has just released a video explaining their progress and what they plan to do to deliver the best internet experience. Head after the break to watch it.
Malaysia will be celebrating its 57th Merdeka Day (Independence Day) on 31st of August. Being Malaysians, we not only love our food but we also have a closely knit community where we call each other like family.
DiGi and Maxis had just released their Merdeka videos and they are surprisingly similar. Not sure if they shared same script or simply great minds think alike. Watch them after the break.
During sign up, you would need to pay a month subscription plus RM408 as advance payment which will be rebated back to your monthly bills. However if you are an active DiGi subscriber for the past 12 months, they will waive off the advance payment.
The Redmi 1S is Xiaomi’s most affordable offering in Malaysia at the moment that’s priced at RM419 outright. It gets a 4.7″ HD 720p display and runs on a decent 1.6GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 400 processor with 1GB of RAM and there’s 8GB of storage which is expandable with microSD card. The spec list continues with a 8MP + 1.6MP cameras and 2,000mAh capacity battery. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can check out our unboxing and its hand-on comparison.
For more information, head over to DiGi’s Redmi 1S product page.
The ASUS ZenFone 5 is now available on DiGi and it can be yours for free with 24 months contract of DG SmartPlan 78. The Dual-SIM 5″ smart phone that they are offering comes with 16GB of storage instead of the original 8GB version which was introduced at RM599.
While the device cost nothing to buy, you would need to fork out RM558 during registration which consists of RM78 for advance 1 month subscription and RM480 for advance payment which will be rebated back to your monthly bills. Do note that the 3GB monthly data quota is split with 1GB for selected social and IM apps while the remaining 2GB is for other usage.
To recap on the specs, the ZenFone 5 gets a 5″ HD 720p IPS display and it runs on Intel’s Dual-Core 1.6GHz Atom Z2560 processor with 2GB RAM. The 16GB storage is expandable with microSD up to 64GB. Meanwhile the 8MP camera on the ZenFone 5 boast an impressive low-light performance with its PixelMaster technology while the front gets a 2MP camera. You can check out our hands-on with the ZenFone 5 over here.
For more information on the Free device bundling, head over to DiGi’s ZenFone 5 page.
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The affordable Redmi 1S will be offered on contract with DiGi very soon. With its low price of just RM419, you can expect the device to be offered for free on contract but it will probably tie in with a long 24 months duration.
As comparison, its high-end Mi 3 was offered for Free with 24 months contract of DG SmartPlan 148. It is likely that the Redmi 1S would be offered for free as well but at lower monthly commitment plans. To recap on the specs, the Redmi 1S is Xiaomi’s affordable dual-sim smart phone that comes with a 4.7″ HD 720p display and a capable Quad-Core 1.6GHz Snapdragon 400 processor and 1GB of RAM. You can check out our hands-on with the Redmi 1S over here.
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