Digi today has unveiled its new Postpaid plan lineup that has been revamped for 2021. For starters, it now has a much lower starting price at RM 40 per month instead of RM 80 as per last year.
In addition to that, the telco has also simplified the data quota for Digi Postpaid into a universal data pool that users can utilise for their smartphone as well as hotspot tethering. Each of these plans still features unlimited calls just like the Digi Postpaid plans from 2020.
The telco also stated that it is looking into providing value for Digi Postpaid by offering free and paid add-on options that could cater to individual needs. Depending on specific add-ons, users can opt to add more data quota or even unlimited data as well as rebates for paid contents from Google Play, iOS App Store, and Digi’s Easy Add store.
Users can even choose to have Roam Like Home and Digi Mobile Broadband as add-on options for their Digi Postpaid plan. However, do note that regardless of free or paid add-on options, each of them do come with a 12-month contract.
Outside of these add-ons, Digi has also retained the standard Internet passes for those who need to replenish their data pool on the spot. As noted in one of the slides above, each principle Digi Postpaid plan can support up to six additional Digi Family supplementary lines which are currently being offered at half of their usual monthly price.
That being said though, the Digi Family 60 can only be obtained with Digi Postpaid 60 and above while you need to subscribe to at least Digi Postpaid 90 first before you can sign up for Digi Family 90. For users that have more than one device, they can share their Digi Postpaid data quota to their secondary device by obtaining the Gadget SIM which cost RM 10 per month, instead of getting a separate data account for it.
Through the revamp, the telco is also trying to put Digi Postpaid plan as the centre of customers’ universe by offering them rebates to other Digi products including Digi Fibre and Mobile Broadband services. However, these rebates are only available to Digi Postpaid 60 plan and above.
Existing Digi Postpaid customers don’t have to be worried about having to take up these new plans immediately as Digi’s Chief Marketing Officer Praveen Rajan has stated that customers will not be migrated automatically and they are free to remain with their existing plans. For more details, just head on to Digi’s official website right here.