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In conjunction with its Internet For All ambition, DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd enjoyed a strong take-up rate of DG SmartPlans and bundled smart devices in 2012.
Led by the push for a richer mobile Internet experience, DiGi is working with global “big boys” such as Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and Opera Software to create new DG SmartPlans that provide the best Internet experience and the best value.
Effective today, customers who sign up for a DG SmartPlan (starting from as low as RM58 per month) will enjoy a richer mobile experience.
They will be able to share and connect with their loved ones and the online community via Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp. A higher Internet quota of up to 4GB and unlimited surfing via Opera Mini browser makes this possible.
DiGi chief marketing officer Albern Murty said: “Malaysians are becoming an Internet society, leveraging on social networks to share news, business opportunities and opinions. DiGi is offers service plans that are relevant and supportive of this trend. We are confident that we can drive even more data traffic with our refreshed product positioning and growing base of smartphone users.
“With this in mind, we are making the right partnerships to offer the best packages to our customers.
“Being part of the Telenor Group, DiGi is in an excellent position to bring relevant digital services to Malaysians. Many more services such as this will be introduced over time to further foster the mobile Internet lifestyle.”
In addition to the new DG SmartPlan, DiGi is also introducing new Postpaid Tablet and Postpaid Broadband plans together with a new feature, termed Postpaid Internet Top Up, which is available from RM1 and caters to customers who wish to extend their surfing experience once they have reached their quota.
For more information on the new plans, visit www.digi.com.my/smartplan.
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