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Digi introduces special postpaid bundle for COVID-19 frontliners

To support Malaysia’s frontliners that have served tirelessly during the COVID-19 pandemic, Digi has introduced a special edition Postpaid Smart Bundle. The plan comes with additional rebates and the option to purchase a new smartphone from as low as RM68.

The promo for frontliners isn’t just limited to those in the healthcare industry. Digi is offering this special edition Digi postpaid bundle to employees of government and government-linked corporations as well as companies that provide essential services which include banks, supermarkets, logistics and delivery services. This includes individuals that work for 7-Eleven, 99 Speedmart, Aeon, Grab, MyEG, Proton, Perodua, Shopee, Tesco, J&T Express and more. You can find the full list of eligible government agencies and companies here.

The bundled plan is Digi Postpaid 58 which comes with unlimited calls and 15GB of data. The plan provides 500MB of free daily bonus data and you’ll get even more data the long you stay with the plan. Every 6 months, Digi will provide additional 5GB data per month and you’ll get a total of 20GB extra after 2 years.

If you need a new phone, Digi is offering the Viv Y11 D and Oppo A12 for only RM68 on contract. They are also offering the Realme 5i at RM199 and the Vivo Y15S and A31 at RM299 respectively. The device bundle is tied to a shorter 12-month contract. On top of that, Digi is also waiving the usual advance payment and provides an additional RM10/month rebate for the first 12 months.

To make it easier to sign up, employees of eligible companies and agencies can sign up directly at any of their 200 Digi stores or Digi Store Express nationwide with a valid employee ID and other personal identification documents. This offer is available until 30 November 2020.

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For more info, check out Digi’s website.

Alexander Wong