Digi, U Mobile announce 15GB for RM20 Internet pass for SPM and STPM students


MCMC said the government is implementing a series of measures to help the B40 community and students sitting for exams stay connected during the Covid-19 pandemic. — Bernama

Digi has introduced its 15GB for RM20 monthly Internet data pass for SPM (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia) and STPM (Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia) students.

The pass, which is valid for 30 days, is available for customers born between 2001 and 2004. According to an FAQ, while all Digi prepaid voice customers can subscribe to the plan; those on plans like Abadi, Monthly Plan 28 and Monthly Plan 50 are excluded from the deal.

Students can purchase the 15GB pass through the MyDigi app by clicking on Buy Add-Ons or dial *128# for prepaid users.

Digi said users can purchase the 15GB pass again if they ran out of data before the end of the validity period. For non-eligible users, the 15GB data pass is priced at RM10 with seven-days validity.

More information is available on the Digi community page.

Meanwhile, U Mobile has also announced that prepaid customers born between 2001 and 2004 are eligible to purchase a 15GB Internet pass for RM20 with 30 days validity.

If they need additional data, the company also has a 10GB data pass for RM5 which is valid for 14 days.

Its FAQ stated that the data is valid for all usage including streaming video or music, and users can also share the data with other devices via mobile hotspot.

Both offers by Digi and U Mobile are available now until April 30.

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) said the government is implementing a series of measures to help the B40 community, and students sitting for exams, stay connected during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Apart from the initiative by telco to introduce affordable data plans, MCMC said it has also extended the operating hours at Pusat Internet Komuniti (PIK) from 9am to 9pm daily.

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