If you’ve struggled to get a Xiaomi smart phone during flash sales, here’s an easier option from DiGi. The Xiaomi Mi 3, Redmi Note and Redmi 1S are now offered without contract with DiGi Easy Prepaid. With its offered price of RM809, RM549 and RM459 respectively, it is RM40 more than the original retail price but you do get 12 months free internet of 250MB/month.
For those who plan to use DiGi in the long run, can consider taking up a postpaid contract where it is offered for Free with 24 months duration. The Mi 3 is offered for free on DG Smart Plan 148 while the Redmi Note is free on Smart Plan 108. The entry-level Redmi 1S is free with DG Smart Plan 78.
For more information, head over to DiGi’s Xiaomi Smart Phone promo page.
Love watching internet videos on the go but hate depleting your precious internet data? DiGi Prepaid now offers a cheaper alternative to enjoy funny cat videos with their YouTube Internet Top up plan. There are 2 options available starting with RM1/day which gives you 100MB of allowance and RM5 for 7 days with 500MB. The cost is not bad which calculates to just RM10 per GB.
The top up quota allowance is strictly for Youtube viewing from its official YouTube app or via m.youtube.com. For those who follow Korean drama series can also utilise this to watch videos via viki.com. Any additional usage beyond YouTube and Viki will be charged according to your active internet subscription. To activate, just dial *200*2# on your mobile or you can subscribe through DiGi’s online portal.
For more information, head over to DiGi’s YouTube Internet Top up page.
To make internet more affordable, DiGi is introducing new weekly internet packages on prepaid that offers unlimited Instant Messaging and Web Surfing. From as low as RM3/week, you can get unlimited usage of WhatsApp, WeChat and Unlimited Web Surfing via Opera Mini browser. If you need additional internet quota for other usage such as YouTube and 3rd party apps, you can get additional quota ranging from 100MB to 250MB per week or up to 1GB per month.
Even if you exhausted your weekly or monthly internet quota, you still can surf the web at 3G speeds via Opera Mini browser. So if plan on using Gmail, Twitter and Facebook, you would need to access them via their Mobile site on the Opera Mini browser.
For more information, head over to DiGi’s Weekly Prepaid Internet package.
In conjunction with Earth Hour that’s happening tomorrow on 23rd March at 8.30PM, DiGi is having its Black Out sale. They are offering the Nokia Lumia 610& a bluetooth headset for Free with a 12 month contract on DG Smart Plan 58. In addition, they are offering additional extended 1 year warranty on selected devices on their Online Store which probably will be revealed by tomorrow.
Prepaid users too will given 100 Free SMS (within DiGi Network) for credit top ups of RM30. Remember, this Black Out Sale offer is only valid for one day only on 23rd March 2013.
With mobile internet scene heats up with competitive data subscription and larger quota, DiGi responds with its new Jualan Internet promo with up to 2X the monthy data quota being offered. The new promo quotas for postpaid as follows:
3G Postpaid Internet
Mobile Internet Monthly (1GB + 1GB) – RM48/month
Mobile Internet Monthly (3GB + 2GB) – RM68/month
Mobile Internet Monthly (5GB + 3GB) – RM88/month
DG Smart Plan
DG Smart Plan 48 (1GB + 1GB) – RM43/month (auto billing)
DG Smart Plan 68 (3GB + 2GB) – RM63/month (auto billing)
DG Smart Plan 88 (5GB + 3GB) – RM83/month (auto billing)
DG Smart Family (300MB + 300MB) – RM28/month
DiGi Discover Day [7AM-7PM] (3GB + 1GB) – RM33/month (auto billing)
DiGi Discover (3GB + 1GB) – RM53/month (auto billing)
Postpaid Tablet Plan (2GB + 1GB) – RM49/month
From the FAQ, the extra quota is valid for 24 months for new DiGi subscribers. Existing subscribers will automatically get the extra free quota for
3 months 2 months from 3rd December 2012 to 3rd February 2013.
Head after the break for more offers for prepaid and smart phone bundling.
DiGi has introduced Super 10, a subscription based promo which lets you call any local and mobile number for just 10 sen/minute. To enjoy this rate, it costs 99 sen a day with auto renewal subscription. To activate, dial *128*1*3# on your mobile.
As comparison, DiGi Best Prepaid normally charges 36 sen/min for calls and it is reduced to 12 sen/min after you hit RM1 usage. In terms of block charges, the normal rate of 36 sen/min is charged at 30 seconds, while the reduced 10/12 sen rates are charged at 60 seconds block.
Is this a good deal? Super 10 requires 99 sen per day which is like subscription/access fee. If subscribed for a month, that’s RM29.70 for subscription fees alone, without actual call credit. It all depends whether it is worth spending 99 sen for subscription just to save additional 2 sen/min when compared to hit RM1 usage rate of 12 sen/min. In this time and age, we don’t believe in paying for access fees and such high spenders would be better off with a postpaid plan.
For more information, head to DiGi Best Prepaid Super 10 page.
DiGi is offering a special phone bundle which offers a QWERTY slider smart phone and a Easy Prepaid starter pack for only RM299. On top of that you’ll get 300MB monthly data for free provided that you use a minimum of RM40 on a monthly basis. The Free data will be credited on the following month.
The device which is valued at RM399 looks similar to a Motorola Charm. It offers Dual SIM slots, 2.4″ QVGA 240×320 display, QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth, micro-USB and a 2MP camera. Like most Dual SIM capable phones in this class, it supports GPRS/EDGE without 3G.
For more information, head to DiGi’s Easy Prepaid promo page.
Another new offering for DiGi Prepaid is DiGi’s Super Reload Social. For this RM15 top up coupon, you’ll get RM15 actual credit together with pre-bundled 250 Digi to DiGi SMS, 100 DiGi to DiGi MMS and Free 100 Facebook/Twitter update SMS. The RM15 reload offers a short 10 day validity. More info on the DiGi Prepaid Super Reload Social here.
Special thanks to Adrian for informing us by mail.
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DiGi is giving extra Freebies for those that top up their DiGi Prepaid with RM30 or RM50 credit for the month of March. What you’ll get is free bundled digi to digi talk time, MMS, Facebook SMS Updates and Mobile Internet. This promotion however is only for DiGi Prepaid plans and Happy Prepaid or Prepaid Internet customers do not apply. For those on DiGi Easy Prepaid, you’ll get additional 30 Free SMS.
The Freebies come only with specifically RM30 or RM50 top ups and it will be rewarded immediately. On the table below, the 30 Free Mobile Internet is a little vague as we’re not sure if it is 30MB or other forms of measurement.
Also in the FAQ, it is also mentioned that DiGi has removed the RM15 and RM25 from the talk time credit transfer and talktime request options. The total transfer amount permited has been reduced to RM10 per month.
DiGi is giving away a white HTC Desire worth RM1999 hourly from 12:01AM of 21st February till 2.00AM of 23rd February for eligible prepaid customers that top up a minimum of RM50 and above. As an instant reward, they are also giving free 15 minutes worth of DiGi to DiGi calls with the RM50 top up.
How it works, according to the T&C is that DiGi will pick the 1000th subscriber that top up for each hour. After that, DiGi will call the shortlisted subscriber between 1st – 31st March 2011. If the person fail to answer 3 calls, he/she will be disqualified. So looks like those who are eying for the prize must stick to their phones like glue during the month of March.
That’s not all, you would also require to answer a question which if you fail to do so, the opportunity will then passed to the 1001th user. There will be a total of 72 winners and only 1 subscriber is eligible throughout the contest. There’s also an exclusion however that Happy, Prepaid Internet and DiGi Prepaid Easy customers are not eligible for this contest.
For more information, head to DiGi’s promo page.
Earlier on, DiGi made a little boo boo on their website when a contest T&C appeared on their CNY Prepaid promo. The T&C revealed a 888th caller contest of the hour where the 888th caller of each hour during 1st and 2nd day of Chinese New Year will stand a chance to win RM888 talktime for prepaid or 8888 Bonuslink points for postpaid.
A couple of hours later, the said T&C was replaced with the correct one. Initially we thought this was a CNY easter egg but @digi_telco was rather silent about our discovery. Now DiGi has finally revealed the contest just couple of days before CNY. So far the terms look the same as before.
For more information, check out DiGi’s 888th caller contest page on Facebook .