Telco offers tailor-made plans to help MSMEs go digital

Digi’s Go Digital bundles offer best-in-value digital marketing and e-commerce solutions, productivity tools, as well as Internet connectivity plans for micro, small and medium enterprises.

DIGI Telecommunications Sdn Bhd is offering three new Go Digital bundles to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) digitalise and grow their business while enjoying savings of up to 70%.

The bundles are touted as having best-in-value digital marketing and e-commerce solutions, productivity tools, as well as Internet connectivity plans.

They feature digital solutions such as altHR, Omni Hotline, Avana Facebook commerce, Microsoft 365 Business Basic, and targeted SMS broadcast, as well as mobile data plans for Internet connectivity, equipping MSMEs for the new normal of working and managing business operations. With the highest-in-market discounts of up to 70%, the bundles are priced to suit MSMEs’ affordability at a time when businesses are under pressure to sustain and grow.

This is also in line with the Government’s Penjana economic recovery initiative to help propel the nation’s economic growth.

As MSMEs form 98.5% of businesses, the Government aims to drive digital adoption among MSMEs by providing the SME digitalisation grant under Penjana.

Digi chief business officer Eugene Teh said the telco was working closely with the Finance Ministry and Bank Simpanan Nasional to support MSMEs in their recovery and growth.

The collaboration enables Digi to serve as a one-stop centre for MSMEs, helping them to digitalise their operations as well as manage the grant application process.

The Go Digital bundles come in three packages: essentials bundle, productivity bundle and growth bundle, which contain digital solutions for remote working, workforce management, e-commerce, and online marketing and sales.

With Digi recognised as a technology solutions provider under Pen-jana’s SME digitalisation grant, subscribing to the digital solutions qualifies MSMEs for the grant subsidy.

This is on top of the discounted price offered by Digi as part of the bundle promotion, translating to total savings of up to 70% and maximum value for businesses.

The bundles also come with free smart devices to complete the connectivity solution.

Digi is simplifying the grant application for MSMEs by managing the process end-to-end.

MSMEs just need to sign up for the Go Digital bundles, submit all the necessary documents to Digi for verification on grant eligibility, and upon approval, Digi will complete all the relevant registration.

Businesses will get billed every month only on the final amount after deducting the grant subsidy and discounts.

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