Digi rolls out basic broadband plans for RM25/mth
By Digital News Asia April 23, 2015
- RM25 entry level plans available for prepaid and postpaid customers
- In line with Government’s call for lower broadband fees
DIGI Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) has announced basic broadband plans that are immediately available for both postpaid and prepaid customers at RM25 (about US$7) for a monthly data cap of 1GB.
In a statement, the company said this was aligned to the call by Malaysia’s Communications and Multimedia Minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek for telcos to lower broadband costs.
“Digi’s basic broadband plan today gives customers access to quality Internet service for less than RM1 a day,” said chief marketing officer Christian Thrane (pic).
“Easy access will encourage adoption and usage of the Internet, and we are committed to accelerate the process by continuing to bring the best value offerings to customers on Malaysia’s fastest growing network,” he declared.
Existing Digi postpaid customers can subscribe to a 1GB basic broadband plan at a special rate of RM20.
For more information or to purchase Digi’s prepaid or postpaid broadband plans, visit digi.my/broadband.
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