Digi upsizes Home Broadband plans
By Digital News Asia October 24, 2018
- Existing Digi Postpaid subscribers will get RM5 or RM10 lifetime discounts when they sign up
- Data quota upsizes for existing Digi Home Broadband customers will take effect at their next bill cycle
DIGI Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) on Oct 23 announced its upsized Digi Home Broadband plans, providing up to 50% larger data quotas for both new and existing customers, with prices from as low as RM45 monthly.
Total quota upgrades have been increased from 15GB to 25GB for the Broadband Monthly 45 plan, from 35GB to 50GB for the Broadband Monthly 65 plan, and from 75GB to 100GB for the Broadband Monthly 105 plan.
In addition, all existing Digi Postpaid subscribers will enjoy RM5 or RM10 lifetime discounts when they sign up for Digi Home Broadband, potentially bringing home internet access to an affordable price of RM40 monthly.
The data quota upsizes for existing Digi Home Broadband customers will take effect at their next bill cycle while new customers will enjoy the larger data quotas upon sign-up.
“We remain committed to boosting internet adoption by introducing a wide range of affordable connectivity services for different wallet sizes and needs in the country. These home internet plans in essence offer customers 1GB of data for as low as RM1,” said Loh Keh Jiat, Digi’s chief marketing officer.
Customers will enjoy a seamless experience on these plans with consistent internet speeds of at least 10Mbps for 4G LTE, and 20 Mbps for 4G LTE-A.
Loh added, “We are continuously improving our service quality and reliability to support the growing surge in data demand. Last year, our network supported close to 150% growth in data traffic from more than half a million additional internet users in our base. We will continue stimulating adoption with a strong mix of affordable connectivity, and relevant digital services and content, experienced over a high-quality network.”
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