Digi has rolled out a new forum, called the People Powered Hub, on its website. Despite having no official announcement, it looks like this is a one stop place for people to communicate with Digi and discuss matters about the telco. It also looks like an easily accessible place for information about Digi and its […]
If you are a DiGi customer that resides in Kuching, Bintulu, and Miri or often visits any of them, we have a good news for you. Earlier today, DiGi has officially launched its 4G LTE in Sarawak and these three cities are among the earliest area to be covered by DiGi’s LTE network in the […]
In case you missed our earlier report, TM will be announcing HyppTV Everywhere service that is formulated exclusively for DiGi customers on 13 April. However, it turns out that DiGi customers already able to utilize them immediately according to what we have experienced just moments ago. Not only that, the FAQ on HyppTV Everywhere’s official website has been […]
For those who are not aware of it, HyppTV Everywhere is an extension of TM’s HyppTV service that allows customers to view the IPTV service through via smartphones and tablets. In other words, HyppTV Everywhere enables their customers to watch HyppTV even though they are not in front of their TV although it is not […]
Think that the existing broadband plans from Digi – Broadband 25/45/65, have too little data quota for you? The telco recently introduced two new broadband plans – Broadband 85 and Broadband 105, which offer 20GB and 25GB of data respectively each month.
Digi recently introduced a new broadband plan for PC & Tablet from as low as RM20 for a starter pack. The pack comes with 1GB of internet that is valid for 30 days and is available for purchase immediately on the telco’s online store.
Malaysian consumers may not have a lot to cheer about these days, as the onset of GST in less than two days painting a gloomy picture for all of us. However, there is something to be happy about, and it’s from an unlikely source: the “necessary evils” that are our local telcos.
We all know that this day is inevitable. Maxis has increased its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus bundles shortly after Apple’s announcement and now, it’s Digi’s turn. The telco is now offering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from RM1,326 and RM1,686 respectively.
If you do not wish to pay thousands of Ringgit for a smartphone, you can now get the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A5 from Digi from as low as RM229. The device is available with Digi’s latest postpaid plans that were refreshed just last week.
Digi Splits its SmartPlans into Two – High Data or High Voice, Offers Up to 6GB or Unlimited Calls and SMS
If you’ve always been frustrated with existing postpaid plans from local telcos because you never use up the data or free calls that are bundled, here’s something exciting for you from Digi. The telco has just revised its postpaid plans so whether you need more data or need more calls/SMS, there’s a plan for you.
DiGi has launched Music Freedom, a service that allows subscribers to stream music without using incurring data charges. At the heart of this is the Music Freedom app, that also gives fans the opportunity to claim free music tickets for live concerts.
Good news for Digi prepaid users, the telco recently launched the “most affordable Facebook packages”, allowing you to stay connected on the social network from as low as RM0.50 a day.
Digi is making it a whole lot easier for individuals to call for help on Talian Nur and Childline 15999 by offering free calls. This is in partnership with the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development Malaysia (KPWKM) and Childline Malaysia.
Opera, who is mainly known for its web browser, has announced the testing of App Pass for Opera Max. This will allow users to access a free of charge wireless data connection for selected apps. Essentially, it would allow apps like Spotify or Facebook to access the internet without any charges of hours per day. It […]
It was only nine months ago that Lars-Ake Norling was introduced as DiGi’s new Chief Executive Officer but starting from 1 April 2015, the position will change hands once again. For the first time ever though, the position will be held by a Malaysian – Albern Murty, who is the company’s current Chief Operating Officer prior to […]
It looks like everybody is gearing up for Chinese New Year, and that can only mean good news for us consumers. Digi is celebrating Chinese New Year with up to 888MB more data when you subscribe to selected prepaid internet plans.
Digi just unveiled that they have partnered with WeChat to launch a self-serve channel within the chat application. Digi subscribers can now subscribe to Digi on WeChat, and easily manage your account and enjoy other benefits form the telco.