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  • Digi announces 6-month fully paid maternity leave for employees

    Digi announces 6-month fully paid maternity leave for employees

    Today (6 April 2016), Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) has announced its new 6-month fully paid maternity policy for its employees and it has been effective since 1 January 2016. This is the first of its kind in Malaysia, and the new policy will surely leave a major impact on women working at Digi as the policy aims to empower more women and female leaders in the organisation.

  • Digi completes Sabah 4G LTE rollout for Twitter campaign

    Digi completes Sabah 4G LTE rollout for Twitter campaign

    In Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bdh (Digi)'s quest of installing 4G LTE coverage, Papar and Tenom in Sabah have been added to the list of towns voted by Malaysias via Digi's Twitter campaign #DigiWeWant4G. The campaign allows customers to tweet #DigiWeWant4G and the desired location, resulting the top ten most voted areas in addition to its original network rollout plan. 

  • Digi launches Digi Accelerate launchpad for local startups

    Digi launches Digi Accelerate launchpad for local startups

    Today, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) introduced Digi Accelerate. Digi Accelerate is a programme tool by Digi to offer Malaysians the opportunity to power-up their startup businesses through a four month bootcamp alongaside startups from Thailand and Myanmar, selected winners will get a one-on-one mentoring with qualified, successful startup entrepreneurs from the region, and an opportunity to pitch their vision to global and regional venture capitalists, and potential commercialisation opportunities with Digi and Telenor Group. 

  • Digi first in Malaysia to implement GSMA’s Mobile Connect authentication solution

    Digi first in Malaysia to implement GSMA’s Mobile Connect authentication solution

    It's been almost two months now since Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) launched their Wanita Era Digital (DigiWED) programme, and it just keeps getting better. As of 10 March 2016, for the first time in Malaysia they have announced a mobile-based authentication solution, GSMA Mobile Connect is now available and ready to use for Mudah.my's PRO Niaga users who are Digi customers.

  • Digi in search for the next Digi CXO Apprentice now

    Digi in search for the next Digi CXO Apprentice now

    Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd has decided to take a big, bold step forward by launching a CXO Apprentice programme. The programme is designed to call out to any digitally-savvy, innovative and purpose-driven fresh graduates to compete for 8 exclusive spots to be an apprentice within Digi's top management team for a year. The challenge in a way, also helps to accelerate learning and develop real life working skills for top talents, by receiving first-hand guidance from Digi’s eight respective Chiefs (CXOs). 

  • Digi New Postpaid Plan chart guide

    Digi New Postpaid Plan chart guide

    Regarding Digi's newest Postpaid Plan that was unveiled yesterday, we decided to help you subscribers on how the plans look like now at the courtesy of Digi. As mentioned yesterday, subscribing to any of the plans below is available until 30 June 2016 and anyone can register it at their local website or any Digi outlets. 

    And as a friendly reminder, subscribing to any of the plans will benefit features like Internet Rollover, Digi Music Freedom, Capture cloud storage of 30GB, iflix access, unlimited social apps usage (Postpaid 28 and 48 excluded), family supplementary line, low international roaming cost as low as RM10 and others! Without further ado, here is the chart of the new Postpaid Plans.

  • Digi introduces new Digi Postpaid plans with internet rollover and extra internet data quota

    Digi introduces new Digi Postpaid plans with internet rollover and extra internet data quota

    Today on 1 March, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd have launched a newer Digi Postpaid version that allows subscribers to carry forward (Internet Quota Rollover) unused data quota in the following month as well as more internet quota. This new plan, simply called Digi Postpaid, is designed by Digi to add more value and satisfactory for the ever growing number of mobile users who are craving for more internet access and digital services to suit their lifestyle.

  • Digi collaborates with GSMA in commitment to reduce mobile gender gap in Malaysia

    Digi collaborates with GSMA in commitment to reduce mobile gender gap in Malaysia

    As of yesterday (25 February), Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (“Digi”) has announced their support for the GSMA Connected Women Commitment initiative at the Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona. This makes Digi the first GSMA the only Malaysia telco to collaborate with GSMA and global mobile operators to educate and equip women in low- and middle-income countries with in basic computer and internet knowledge by 2020.

  • Digi continues their Twitter #DigiWeWant4G campaign crusade to the northern region

    Digi continues their Twitter #DigiWeWant4G campaign crusade to the northern region

    Two months ago, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (“Digi”) planted their first Digi tower in Setia Alam as promised from their #DigiWeWant4G Twitter campaign. They are still on the roll by announcing Lunas, Batu Gajah, Jejawi and Arau as their next location to install the 4G LTE network as voted by Malaysians.

    Digi’s Head of Northern Region, Siew Chee Kong said, “Following up from our 4G LTE rollout in Setia Alam in the Klang Valley, we are now happy to announce that we’ve completed the rollout in the four towns up north where Malaysians have tweeted their desire for Digi’s 4G LTE coverage in their areas. As of this week, we have deployed and switched on our 4G LTE infrastructure to serve customers in Lunas, Batu Gajah, Jejawi and Arau. In total for the northern region, we now have 64% population coverage of our high speed 4G LTE network serving customers in 34 cities, districts and towns.” 

  • DigiWED launched by Digi in hopes to educate more women about the internet

    DigiWED launched by Digi in hopes to educate more women about the internet

    Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd, the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and the National Council of Women’s Organisations (NCWO) have collaborated recently and launched DigiWED, which stands for Digi Wanita Era Digital. The purpose of the programme is to inspire, empower and provide Malaysian women with basic internet skills.

    WED will be conducted in a series of educational meet-ups at 1Malaysia Internet Centres and NCWO affiliates’ offices around the country, along the basic internet skills includes safe usage of smart devices and the internet for communicating, sharing, browsing, and entertainment, as well as give them good reasons to use the internet. Digi hopes to expand the programme further to help women to take their business online in this rising digital economy era.