Digi offers lifetime RM10 discount on postpaid plans for differently-abled customers

  • TECH
  • Wednesday, 19 Jun 2019

The Digi Store in Bangsar Shopping Centre.

Digi has announced an exclusive offer on mobile postpaid plans for its differently-abled customers.

Customers with a valid Persons With Disabilities (OKU) card will receive a lifetime monthly RM10 discount when they sign up for any Digi postpaid plan. All plans come with unlimited calls to all networks.  

The company said that differently-abled customers can choose from plans starting with 6GB data for RM28 a month. 

“Digi remains committed to Sustainable Development Goal 10, Reducing Inequalities, as we continue to offer affordable plans for all our customers across Malaysia. 

“Mobile connectivity plays an important role in encouraging social participation for the differently-abled, and we will continue to bring better, more personalised offers and related-inclusion programmes for the PWD (persons with disabilities) community,” Digi head of sustainability Philip Ling said in a press statement. 

Customers who want to receive the exclusive lifetime discount can sign up at any Digi Store. They will need to provide their original identity card (NRIC) and original OKU card during the sign-up process. 

According to a Digi spokesperson, differently-abled customers with existing plans can also apply for the rebate by presenting their OKU card at any Digi Store. They will not be required to sign up for a new plan. 

Family members or legal guardians can also help via third party registration by presenting the original NRIC or birth certificate and original OKU card of the differently-abled customer. They would also be required to provide proof of legal guardianship. 

The company shared that it also has express lanes and geek bar support that prioritises differently-abled customers, as well as senior citizens and pregnant women. 

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