If you’re looking for a postpaid plan under RM100, Digi’s Postpaid 80 hits the sweet spot by offering unlimited calls and 20GB for RM80/month. For those who use more data on the weekdays, the data split of 10GB for all-day and 10GB for weekends can be annoying.
Now Digi has an added option to give you more freedom to use your data. Similar to Celcom’s AnydayGB add-on, you can combine both all-day and weekend data for a small fee each month.
The Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ is also available for pre-order through Digi. Similar to other pre-order promotion, you also get the same amount of freebies that are worth RM916.
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Digi has just introduced its new INFINITE plans designed for those who need bottomless internet connectivity. Since Digi has bastardised the word “unlimited” on their previous plans, these new INFINITE offering comes with true unlimited data and unlimited calls to all networks from RM80/month.
When Digi introduced their new postpaid plans, it came with a data split of all-day and 4G weekend quota. Like the name suggests, the weekend data was only applicable if you’re on their 4G network. Any data usage on their 3G or 2G network will utilise your all-day data bucket.
Now it seems that Digi is loosening its data restriction as they have made some changes to their 4G weekend clause. This is good news for subscribers that are staying on the fringe of a 4G coverage area.
The latest Samsung Galaxy A5 and A7 for 2017 are officially launched in Malaysia. If you’re thinking of getting one with a contract, Digi has started accepting pre-orders for the new premium mid-range smartphones.
With competition heating up in the postpaid scene, Digi has revamped its postpaid offering with its first “unlimited” weekend data offering. Could this be Digi’s answer to webe‘s unlimited proposition?
Digi is finally jumping on the annual phone upgrade bandwagon with its new Easy Up offering. Similar to Maxis Zerolution and Celcom NewPhone, the program is tied to a 24-month instalment plan but you have the option to swap to a new phone after 12 months. If you do accept the upgrade, your original 12-months installments will be waived and you’ll start again with a new 24-month cycle. This allows you to constantly swap phones every year without the hassles of trade-ins.
Digi has revamped its postpaid offering again and this time, it offers twice the amount of data than before. Previously packing 10GB of data and unlimited calls for RM80/month, the new revamped Postpaid 80 now comes with 20GB of data for the same price.
Looks like they are doubling up what Celcom has to offer with its current FIRST Gold.
UPDATE: Digi has removed its Postpaid 48 (12-month) contract option for the iPhone 7.
For those wanting to get an iPhone 7 from Digi, you now have more affordable postpaid plan options from as low as RM48/month on a 12-month contract. When iPhone 7 pre-orders started in Malaysia on Friday, Digi had offered a single Postpaid 148 commitment plan which comes with either More Internet or More Talk.
If you’re planning to pre-order your iPhone 7 from Digi, it couldn’t be any easier than this. The yellow telco is offering the iPhone 7 only on its Digi Postpaid 148 plan and all you’ll need to decide is whether you need more internet or more talk.