For those who love streaming lots of music and videos, Digi has introduced its new Prepaid LiVE. Dubbed as the ultimate streaming pack, the new Digi prepaid gives you a whopping 8GB of free data each month for all your streaming needs.
Digi Prepaid LiVE
The free 8GB streaming data is distributed at 2GB per week, where 1GB is allocated for video and another 1GB for music streaming. The quota is applicable on 4G only and it refreshes every 7 days.
In terms of video platform, it currently supports YouTube, iflix, Astro-On-The-Go, Tonton, Viu, Dailymotion and HyppTV Everywhere. Meanwhile its music platform follows its Digi Music Freedom offering which includes Spotify, JOOX, Deezer and Raku.
If you need more data, you can subscribe to Digi Prepaid LiVE internet plans that ranges from as low as RM10/week or from RM28/month. Each plan comes with a split quota of normal, video and audio allocation. Unlike the free streaming offer, you can use the streaming quota on both 3G and 4G network.
On top of that, Digi Prepaid LiVE gives you unlimited calls and SMS to your 3 Buddyz and 100GB of free cloud storage on the Capture App. The starter pack costs RM12 and it comes preloaded with RM8 airtime with a 7-day validity. Existing Digi prepaid customers may switch to Digi LiVE by dialing *128*1*4#. For more info, head over to Digi’s Prepaid LiVE page.
Digi Prepaid BEST
Digi has also updated its prepaid BEST which now offers free 200MB data per day if you make at least RM1/day of IDD calls to Indonesia, Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam or China. That’s 6GB of free data each month if you make enough international calls daily.
By default, Prepaid BEST comes with free basic internet and unlimited social messaging. Calls to your favourite 20 “Kawan” contacts are charged at 12 sen/minute, while SMS are charged at 6 sen each. If you need more high-speed data, you can top up from as little as RM1/day, RM5/week or RM10/month as listed below.
You can learn more about Digi’s updated prepaid BEST over here.
In terms of 4G coverage, Digi claims to have 76% population coverage with speeds going above 10Mbps, 80% of the time. Its 4G Plus network (aka LTE-A) currently stands at 34% population coverage with expected speeds of over 20Mbps, 80% of the time.
If you’re a hardcore streamer of YouTube and iflix, would you switch to Digi Prepaid LiVE? Leave your thoughts in the comments down below.