Digi has recently rolled out its Prepaid Internet Reload, a brand new data reload alternative for prepaid customers. This allows customers purchase Internet-only reloads without having to top up credit and activate a plan separately.
It can be quite difficult for small-medium enterprises (SME) to handle incoming calls or customer interaction over the phone. Call centres require a significant investment and the alternative — giving people your personal phone number — isn’t exactly ideal.
This is where Omni comes in. In a nutshell, it allows businesses to set up a virtual call centre with just their smartphone and an app.
To me, cashless is the way forward. Having to queue up at ATMs to draw cash just so you can pay for stuff seems so archaic to me. Add that to the fact that you have to carry around fat wallets just so you have space for the paper money and you’re looking at a system that I feel should be eradicated as soon as possible. However, at least as far as Malaysia is concerned, there really isn’t a proper cashless solution, at least not one that’s as universal as something like WeChat Pay or Alipay in China.
Still, there is hope. As more and more companies venture into this space, new ideas are popping up pretty frequently. Today, it’s Digi‘s turn with their brand new mobile payment service vcash.
Adding to their existing supported airline list of 13, Digi postpaid users are now able to stay connected on Malindo Air at a fixed price. This service is available on their Boeing 737-900ER planes, which mainly flies to India, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.