Back in 2013, DiGi and Deezer have partnered together to deliver music streaming service to the telco customers. Under the partnership, selected DiGi postpaid plans come with free Deezer Premium+ subscriptions which offers unlimited access to around 35 million songs in its catalogue on computers, tablets, and smartphones.
However, this will come to an end on 31 May though according to a mass SMS (as shown above) that DiGi sent to its customers yesterday.
In conjunction with Digi’s launch of 4G LTE in 1 Utama, the telco is currently having a roadshow in the mall, offering some pretty sweet deals for its device bundles. Get the Xiaomi Redmi 2, Honor 6 or Samsung Galaxy A5 for free, or get the Samsung Galaxy S6 at only RM999 – these prices are significantly lower than what the telco is currently offering on its online store.
Around a year ago, we were told that DiGi has planned to roll out LTE service for its prepaid customers but no time frame was given to us at that time. As it turns out, things have now changed as DiGi has revealed that its LTE service is now finally available for prepaid customers.
Digi is now offering the Lenovo Tab 2 A7-30 for only RM299 when you purchase a Digi Smartphone Prepaid from the company – no contract required. As with most prepaid bundles from the telco, the bundle comes with a Digi prepaid SIM pack, as well as free internet for 6 whole months.
Want to get a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus? Maxis has just revised the value of old devices for its iPhone trade-in program, offering more than before with a guaranteed minimum value of RM200 for any phone – the old phone doesn’t even need to be in perfect condition. On top of that, for new and port-in customers, Maxis is offering an additional RM100 in rebates.
“Out with the old, in with the new”, Celcom is now allowing you to trade in your old phone and purchase a brand new one from them when you sign up with a Celcom First postpaid plan. Sadly though, Celcom does not list out the value they are offering for devices, but according to the telco, they will ensure a “fair value of trade-in for your phone”.
The Communications and Multimedia Consumer Forum of Malaysia (CFM) has announced a new mobile app that will make it easier to sort through local telco plans and make an informed decision when selecting a provider. Called CFM MY Mobile Rights the app will be released at the end of June