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Digi Postpaid Smart Bundle is an exclusive plan for frontliners and essential services workforce

Digi has just introduced the Digi Postpaid Smart Bundle to support Malaysian frontliners and employees of essential services who served the nation during the Covid-19. 

Available for a limited time, either until 30 November 2020 or while stocks last, this Digi Postpaid Smart Bundle is open to employees of government or government-linked corporations and companies providing essential services including frontliners, civil servants, bank employees, and those in logistics and delivery services. Unlike a typical corporate mobile line where employees must sign up through their respective companies, eligible employees can now skip that process to unlock this offer and its savings simply by signing up for the package at any one of our 200 Digi Stores or Digi Store Express nationwide. 

Eligible customers will enjoy up to 87% discount on selected 4G smartphones, starting from as low as RM68. The smartphone is bundled with a 12-month contract on Digi Postpaid 58 which provides unlimited calls and up to 30GB of Internet quota. On top of these savings, eligible customers will enjoy a waiver of the device advance payment and an additional RM120 in rebates on their Postpaid plan monthly fees. 

Digi Postpaid Smart Bundle for Frontliners
Monthly feesRM58 (before RM10 monthly rebate2)
Internet quota15GB
Daily Bonus+15GB (500MB daily)
Calls (All networks)Unlimited
SMS (All networks)10 sen per SMS
Loyalty Bonus+20GB (+5GB every 6 months)

To sign up for this special edition Digi Postpaid Smart Bundle, eligible customers need only walk into any Digi Stores or Digi Store Express nationwide before 30 November 2020 with a valid employee ID and other relevant personal identification documents.
For more information on the Digi Postpaid Smart Bundle, visit http://digi.my/dcheroes, and check if you are eligible for this special offer here: https://www.digi.com.my/shop/digi-cares-corporate-hero-list.

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