New Digi Broadband Plans from RM30 for 6GB, RM100 for 50GB

New Digi Broadband plans are priced RM30/month for 6GB, RM60/month for 20GB or RM100/month for 50GB. Free streaming on Spotify, iflix, Apple Music & more.

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Pre-order Huawei Mate 9, available next week in Malaysia

The Huawei Mate 9 will be available in Malaysia soon. The first 10 customers to make an online purchase will get a free Bluetooth Keyboard.

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Alibaba made US$14.6 billion via mobile, representing 82.07% of total sales on 11.11

Alibaba processed US$1 billion via mobile phones in the 1st 5 min of 11.11 sale. Some 82.07% gross merchandise volume (GMV) sale came from mobile devices.

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Facebook works with PDRM, to help find missing children in Malaysia

Facebook will now deliver Missing Children Alerts to people’s Facebook News Feed when an alert is issued by Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM).

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AIMS Group rebrands with a new Logo

AIMS Group announced the rebranding of AIMS corporate identity to reflect its commitment on regional expansion & more comprehensive service portfolio.

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Mobile Banking malware infects Google Chrome for Android users

Kaspersky Lab discovered a mobile banking Trojan, Svpeng hiding in Google's advertising network AdSense, affecting Chrome for Android users.

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APG Submarine Cable System now live, links Malaysia to fastest Internet network in Asia

The Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine cable system connecting Malaysia to Korea and Japan is now operational with a total design capacity of 54.8 Tbps.

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Digi awarded ‘Best Malaysian Organisation’

Digi announced as the winner of the ‘Best Malaysian Organisation’ category for the [email protected] Awards 2016, organised by TalentCorp and KPWKM.

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YTL pays only RM10/month rental for its Yes4G Base Station at schools

YTL Communications pays only RM120 a year rental for each base station that it builds within 3,203 Malaysian school compound. Market rate is RM3,000/month.

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Celcom, Maxis, Digi & U Mobile to redesign mobile network, better coverage next year

Celcom, Maxis, Digi, U Mobile have accepted the letter of spectrum offer from the MCMC that will see a change in their mobile network coverage, nationwide.

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