Digi launches upgraded, more flexible postpaid plans
By Digital News Asia February 26, 2021
- New plans remove complicated quota partitions; lowered monthly phone financing
- Added flexibility for customers to choose free add-ons to suit preferences
DIGI Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) has announced its upgraded Digi Postpaid portfolio, which the company said is designed to support more Malaysians as they recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The new Digi Postpaid now offers simpler Internet plans that removes complicated quota partitions while maintaining high-speed internet (with no speed caps), the company said in a statement. Addtionally, customers now have the option to sign up to six additional family lines at a 50% discount for each line, starting from as low as US$4.94 (RM20) per month.
[RM1 = US$0.247]
There is the added flexibility for customers to choose free add-ons to meet their individual needs – such as rebates on Google Play and Apple App Store, extra Internet quota, and mobile broadband.
The new Digi Postpaid has also lowered the monthly plan commitment for phone financing, from RM90 to RM60 per month.
Digi’s chief marketing officer Praveen Rajan noted that the upgraded Digi Postpaid promotion comes at a relevant time, as more life activities are carried out online due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Since we first started our postpaid service more than a decade ago, we have not stopped asking ourselves how and what we can do to help our customers stay connected to what matters most, he said.
"With three million Malaysians already using Digi Postpaid, this new portfolio is a testament of what Digi has been known for throughout these years, which is to continuously bring simplicity and greater value to our customers.”
This new postpaid portfolio will also support Digi’s efforts to connect more Malaysian households to fibre broadband, as the offerings provide additional savings when a customer combines Digi Postpaid and Digi Fibre under one account, he added.
For more information, visit https://digi.my/postpaid.
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