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DiGi introducing lower-cost mobile broadband plan

23 Apr 2015

Malaysian mobile network operator DiGi Telecommunications has announced a new range of basic mobile broadband plans which it said are immediately available for both post- and pre-paid customers, Digital News Agency reports. The telco is understood to have said that the launch of the new tariffs was aligned to a recent call by the country’s communications minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek for operators to reduce broadband costs. ‘DiGi’s basic broadband plan today gives customers access to quality Internet service for less than MYR1 [USD0.28] a day,’ said DiGi’s chief marketing officer Christian Thrane of the introduction of the new plans, adding: ‘Easy access will encourage adoption and usage of the Internet, and we are committed to accelerate the process by continuing to bring the best value offerings to customers on Malaysia’s fastest growing network.’ As per the new plans on offer, existing DiGi post-paid subscribers can now sign up for a service which offers a 1GB monthly data usage allowance for MYR20, while the standard cost for the plan will be MYR25 per month.

Malaysia, (CelcomDigi) Digi

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