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.
In conjunction with the upcoming National Day, Digi is now offering Unlimited Internet for free for 61 days straight. This is applicable for all existing and new Digi customers on eligible mobile Postpaid, Prepaid as well as Broadband plans.
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.
Digi’s digital telco brand, tapp, has just gotten rid of the need to use VPN to go online. This makes it so much easier to stay connected and you can access all apps without any hassles.
Want the Huawei P20 Pro and pay almost nothing for it? Digi is having a Rah-Rah Internet launch event today and they are offering the device for only RM1 for the first 100 in line.
The partnership between Digi and PETRONAS has brought forth innovation for better services and rewards for their customers. Through this partnership, customers will be able to sign up for new Digi services and purchase prepaid top-ups at Kedai Mesra.
Want to get a Samsung Galaxy S9+ with the biggest storage possible? Digi is now offering the Galaxy S9+ 256GB at the same price of its 128GB model on contract.
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It has been more than 5 years since 4G LTE was officially rolled out in Malaysia. Today, there are six 4G LTE operators in the country and the cost of data is so much more affordable than before.
As more users are switching to 4G thanks to a wide range of affordable smartphones, can our mobile networks cope with the rising demand for data? OpenSignal, which crowdsource network performance data from smartphone users have just published their latest report specifically for Malaysia. This is their third report and you probably won’t be surprised with the results.
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Here’s your chance to enjoy a special deal on a brand new smartphone. With Digi biGBonus 4G Phone bundle, you can enjoy awesome discounts and big data with no strings attached.
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