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Digi Internet Sharing up to 6 lines, RM35 for 7GB

Digi launched new Internet Sharing feature for its postpaid plans yesterday, making it easier to share Internet quota with up to six supplementary lines. The plans also allow managing accounts and topping up Internet quota for family members.

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(R-L) Loh Keh Jiat, Digi’s Chief Marketing Officer and Praveen Rajan Nadarajan, Digi’s Head of Postpaid & Digital Services unveiling the new Digi Postpaid Internet Sharing feature

The new Digi Internet Sharing feature can be activated on all the current Digi Postpaid plans (More Calls & SMS and More Internet) at RM10/month. Customers can then choose to opt for a combination of either one of the following supplementary lines, up to 6 lines: Unlimited Calls to All networks SIM (Family SIM) or the Internet-only SIM (Gadget SIM).

The unlimited calls supplementary line (Family SIM) at RM38/month comes with unlimited SMS to 3 Digi numbers. Customers can also opt for a supplementary Internet-only SIM (Gadget SIM) at RM10/month which can be used on Mifi or other SIM-based devices. With the Internet Sharing feature, the principle line can manage the quota for these supplementary line via the the MyDigi app and soon via the Online Customer Service (OCS) account on the Digi website.

Customers who want additional quota may purchase add on quota available exclusively for Internet Sharing plans:

  • 12GB for RM50
  • 7GB for RM35
  • 500MB for RM5

Digi also introduced a new Internet Sharing Principle line from RM48/month, with 500MB data and Unlimited calls to all networks. This plan must be subscribed with a minimum one Internet Sharing supplementary line, up to 6 lines.

Loh Keh Jiat, Digi’s Chief Marketing Officer said, “Sharing and managing Internet quota has never been easier with the introduction of the new Digi Postpaid plan. We know it matters in the way our customers use the Internet and we want to ensure that they have the best options tailored for them and their loved ones. Digi customers have the ability to have more control over their call and Internet plans via the MyDigi app which is available on the Android and iOS platforms.”

“We want to provide a complete digital experience for our customers as we strive towards becoming our customers’ favourite partner in their digital life and our new Internet Sharing feature adds simplicity, convenience as well as flexibility for our customers in the palm of their hands,” Loh continued.

More info on the Digi website.

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  • Winson

    hmm , i feel the internet data is too less for me , because i am using social apps quite frequently , maybe have better telco plan to intro please ?

    • Tahal khan

      I think you can check it out for the Telco U. no bad the promotion, and i stay at Setapak. the coverage also quite nice.

    • Tahal khan

      All telco are same meyh expensive plan but less data, cheaper also less data.. hahaha better u check out all telco than make a comparison. for me, all expensive.

      • Bobby

        Hey bro , you may consider to take celcom sub lines service ? the new one , cheap and free data weih

        • Winson

          i do heard their internet data can be carry forward right , if cant use finish it and got free Yonder music download also right ~ then it will take me to consider their celcom 1+5 haha

      • Wanda900

        Yes they’re all under one cabal organizer/regulator with oligopoly interests. Greatest con of the century.

        All profits and dividends end up funneled into the same pocket in the end.

        The same corrupted practices from the O&G industries spread to the telco side here.

        Maxis started offering 2GB on weekends, then DiGi and Celcom started following the same idea.

        • Tahal khan

          That the point bro, marketing strategic. sometimes maybe 1 of them will wil to offer better plan . but then after that others will follow the step and making people to turning around.
          anyway, for myself i’m celcom user, i choose it is because my area for their signal is quite nice. no doubt i no choose others

  • Winson

    btw i am looking for some telco plan that provide sub lines service without sharing with master line , because i really hate those data speed being manage after it is used up to certain%

    • baby MA

      you can go check the celcom plan 1+5 , i’m using it. master line is my sister and i pay for only 30 a month, have 2GB data and free social apps.but if you think RM30 permonth is expensive, maybe you can try check other telco plan as well

      • Winson

        cool ! so means no need to share with master line right . Rm30 still affordable as long as the speed of line is not slow. Free social apps data also ? maybe i can give a try , thx for recommendation bro !

  • Jucynta Issabelle

    My other friends always keep recommend me to change my telco line to celcom.. as u guys know, celcom got lot of new launch product.. so, confused.. sometimes I mix information..

    • Tahal khan

      Is celcom coverage that good? I heard it so-so only.. why dont u go for a survey first on others telco before picking celcom.

    • Bobby

      one of the reason you might take into consideration to change to Celcom as the line is dont have to share with master line and the data can carry forward so i do think this is quite big advantage on behalf of celcom

      • Jucynta Issabelle

        Is it the subline celcom 1+5?? correct me if im wrong because hahaha.. what is the big advantage that i will get if i signed up to celcom 1+5?? someone please reply me.. haha

        • Wanda900

          Actually DiGi’s and Umobile Hero Share Postpaid Plans are more interesting plans that you should consider.

          • Winson

            But both of it need to share but not celcom 1+5.. celcom 1+5 got their own data internet for their subline. and 2gb per subline, 2000 mins call & 2000 sms meyhh

  • ElijahSchez

    So funneh! what kind of plan did Digi do for a family plan? why we must to share our data with our subline? am i dont understand this articles said or that is the concept for this plan.. if like that, i think i need another telco.. next please hahaha

    • Wanda900

      Their Family plan actually more interesting than Celcom’s.

      You buy a big quota Principle plan and an extra line(just for data) only costs extra RM10 each to share with main line if you just need data. You need more quota for the 2 lines, now promo RM50 can top up 12GB for all lines to share or RM35 for 7GB.

      DiGi’s 4G really makes Celcom’s eat dust one easily twice the speed results comparable only to Maxis.

      Celcom’s 4G at present is sometimes even worst than Umobile 3G HSPA+ speeds.

  • Adison

    hmm the plan is just data? looks like no much benefits can enjoy.Telco C’s plan is better than this much with a lot of benefits .

    • Marvinkong

      you r right dude….the plan is more likely for young generation…toward nowadays, signal is the main point to decide which package to choose.

      • Breatice

        Digi offer cheaper rm35 for 7GB. I don’t think that Celcom can offer that cheap.

        • Marvinkong

          yeah. it is cheaper. last time i was using it also. but no that good as you think. i have no sure…maybe my signal here is no that strong. after that i choose celcom.

          • Best Rider

            I’m Using U-m , at my area here also quite nice compare with celcom. i’m going to change to celcom too because it don have contract. this point is god damn make me to change it.

          • Marvinkong

            thats the point. i wonder which telco can come out also the post plan with no contract but still providing so much benefits to user

          • Best Rider

            have… Mx Have the plan without contract too…but sad it can’t be take to compare because too expensive and nowadays, a lot ppl boycott its service.the 2016 best plan award should be the celcom lol

          • SickJohn

            is the U service no nice? just a contract issue then will make you change plan to Celcom?

          • Breatice

            Digi coverage may not as strong as Celcom, but once it’s under the coverage the speed used to be faster than Celcom.

          • Marvinkong

            but did you know about the speed after the data is finish .
            as i know it will become super slow until you get mad….

          • Breatice

            well, I think this apply to every plan. Once the data is finished it will be slow.

          • Marvinkong

            that the different is ….i have no sure how is the speed from others. but for myself if compare with D . the speed after data finish, it was slow like Shxx .but now for celcom plan i use, at least it still have average 64 kbps.

          • SickJohn

            Dude i think you just lucky that your place may have a better signal else it wouldn’t be so fast as you think after your data is finish . all Telco are the same.

          • Marvinkong

            That the point bro, i choose it is because my area for their signal is quite nice. no doubt i no choose others