Digi Jaringan Prihatin programme extended, now includes the Samsung Galaxy A12 and Xiaomi Redmi 9A

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If you missed out on the previous Digi Jaringan Prihatin offer, no worries - they are back. Digi just announced that the programme has been extended until 31 August 2021 for Malaysians who are eligible under the Bantuan Prihatin Rakyat requirements. On top of that, two new smartphones have been added to the roster which is the Samsung Galaxy A12 and Xiaomi Redmi 9A

To recap, Malaysians who are eligible for either the RM180 rebates or RM300 device subsidy can opt to get these new smartphones together with their chosen plans. For prepaid customers who are qualified for the latter, they are entitled to get a free Redmi 9A without any contract commitment via the Prihatin 35 Prepaid bundle. With a payment of RM100, the bundle comes with 3 months of 30GB of High-Speed Internet access with Unlimited Calls monthly and 2GB of free data daily for up to one year.

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If the customers subscribe to the Prihatin 40 postpaid bundle, then they can get the Redmi 9A for free. Those who are interested to own the Samsung Galaxy A12 will need to pay RM305 (RM205 for the device and RM100 for the plan). Under this bundle offer, customers will be tied to a 1-year contract and the advance payment of RM100 will be returned to the customers through a monthly bill rebate of RM10 across a 10-month period, where they will only need to pay RM30/month. The High-Speed Internet access is 10GB and Unlimited Calls monthly well as 2GB of free data daily for up to one year.

Interested customers can easily verify their eligibility and register online at the official webpage right here. Alternatively, they can also register at any of Digi’s authorised stores nationwide including Digi Stores, Digi Store Express, Senheng and convenience stores such as 7-Eleven, 99 Speedmart, KK SUPER MART, myNEWS and Happy Mart. Stay safe and stay tuned for more trending tech news at TechNave.com.