Saturday, March 25, 2023

Digi Smart Prepaid plan comes with free basic Internet at 64Kbps

Digi launched a new prepaid plan called Digi Smart Prepaid. The new prepaid plan comes with free basic Internet at 64Kbps.


The Telco said that its Smart Free Lite Internet at 64Kbps speed lets customers stay connected online 24/7 and is “perfectly suited” for popular services like Facebook Lite, Google, Twitter and light browsing at mobile-friendly websites. Users can also stay connected around the clock via social apps such as WhatsApp, WeChat, Line and Kakao Talk. The basic Internet service at 64Kbps is capped 1GB usage a month.

For faster Internet speed, customers can purchase RM1(daily), RM6 (weekly) or RM16 (monthly) high-speed mobile internet add-ons that come with unlimited Facebook and social messaging. These add-ons come with 20MB, 150MB and 400MB of Internet quota respectively. In addition, all these plans get free off-peak (1am-7am) YouTube streaming quota as a promotional offer. There is also a weekly RM10 data plan with 500MB data.

Digi Smart Prepaid plan also comes with unlimited calls and SMS (Smart Buddyz) to 3 Digi mobile numbers. However Digi stated in its terms and conditions that a “fair usage policy of 3,000 minutes and SMS is applicable to avoid abuse”.

Voice calls are charged at 30sen/min and each SMS is 8sen to all mobile numbers.

The new Digi Smart Prepaid plan is available at RM10 (inclusive of GST) and offers RM 16 credit – RM7 is preloaded in the pack while RM9 is given staggered over a 3 month period from second month onward.

All existing Digi Prepaid subscribers may change to Digi Smart Prepaid, except for Digi Prepaid Best v4. A one time fee of RM5 will be charged.

“We are making our Best For Internet network more affordable and accessible to customers. Many of our prepaid customers want to stay online constantly so we are offering a worry-free internet experience with zero bill shock. On top of that, we have also created several high-speed internet add-ons that offer affordability, convenience and flexibility,” said Hammad Kabir, Digi’s Head of Prepaid.

More info on the Digi website.

Kugan is the co-founder of MalaysianWireless. He has been observing the mobile industry since 2003. Connect with him on Twitter: @scamboy

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