Digi ties up with Time to expand broadband coverage

From left: Lee and Loh claimed the collaboration is part of their continuous commitment to support NFCP. — Digi

Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) is expanding its high speed broadband (HSBB) coverage through a collaboration with TIME dotCom (Time).

The telco said this lets it offer its broadband plans to more customers, especially those who are residing in residential condominiums and apartments.

Digi chief marketing officer Loh Keh Jiat added that this will allow its customers to enjoy seamless and consistent Internet experience in and outside the home.

Time executive director Lee Guan Hong said access to its infrastructure is open to any Internet service provider seeking to extend its HSBB coverage.

“In tandem with improving overall HSBB connectivity and contributing to the liberalisation of infrastructure access, we will also continue our efforts to expand our coverage footprint across Malaysia, ” he said in a statement.

Both claimed that this is part of their continuous commitment to support the National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP) which aims to provide Malaysians with better access to affordable and high-quality connectivity.

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