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Digi extends free 30GB Internet per month in supporting B40 community

Digi strengthens its commitment to support the Bottom 40 (B40) community by extending its offer of free 30GB Productivity Internet per month (1GB daily) until 31 July 2021, and continuing to aid the nation’s home-based e-learning and remote working needs. 

All active Postpaid and Prepaid customers will continue to enjoy 30GB Productivity Internet per month for learning and productivity tools, over and above their monthly data allocation from their existing plans. Accessing social media, gaming, video and music streaming will utilise customers’ existing data plan. 

Digi will also continue to offer free and unlimited access to a range of information-related apps, websites and services to ensure Malaysians stay updated with the latest Covid-19 developments. The list includes MySejahtera and MyTrace apps, important health-related websites and hotlines such as the Ministry of Health’s Crisis Preparedness Response Centre (CPRC) Hotline, Ministry of Health and World Health Organisation websites, and more. 

More info on how to redeem Digi’s free 1GB daily Productivity internet here: #DigiCares Community Page

Additionally, Digi will be offering RM5 worth of internet credit (Prepaid) or bill rebate (Postpaid) to eligible recipients of the Bantuan Prihatin Rakyat (BPR) programme. Eligible BPR recipients need to send “BPR” to 28282 to register their interest to receive the RM5 internet credit or rebate, and will receive an SMS notification upon successful verification. 

More info here: https://www.digi.com.my/bpr  

Digi is also calling on all Malaysians to be part of #MYBaikHati, a device crowdsourcing campaign to provide students from the B40 community with improved access to digital learning. Digi is collecting used devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, to be repurposed and distributed to B40 students via selected Pusat Internet Komuniti (PIK) managed by Digi. 

More info here: https://www.digi.com.my/yellow-heart/mybaikhati 

These initiatives fall under the continuous relief efforts jointly driven by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia, and the telecommunications industry to ease the challenges faced by communities affected by the pandemic and enable them to stay connected to what matters most.

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