Digi Expands #MYBaikHati Pick-Up Service For Easier Smartphone Collection
Digi’s #MYBaikHati programme now has a device pick-up service available throughout Peninsular Malaysia, making it easier for more Malaysians to give their old devices to students in need. The #MYBaikHati is a campaign to collect and repurpose smartphones, tablets, and computers for distribution to B40 students. The goal is to assist students from B40 families with their online learning needs and to ensure that their education is not disrupted.
Donate your old smartphones with Digi’s #MYBaikHati programme
This free pick-up option makes it simple and secure for donors, while also guaranteeing that eligible students receive their devices as soon as possible. Those interested in using this service and donating a 4G-enabled device can do so by:
- Visiting the #MYBaikHati webpage to register your interest
- Filling up your details and uploading an image of the device
Smartphones, 4G-enabled tablets, laptops, and Chromebooks running Windows 8 or higher are all eligible for donation. The devices must be in good functioning order, with no serious damage and, ideally, with the chargers still attached.
After registering, a Digi representative will contact the donor within a week to arrange for pick-up. Donors in the Klang Valley can also drop off their devices at Digi Stores in Klang and Cheras. The devices will be inspected, refurbished, and then handed to eligible B40 students after pickup.
For more information on the #MYBaikHati campaign, head over to the official website here.
Pokdepinion: To be completely honest, I wasn’t aware of this campaign. I’ve got a few older working devices around the house that I can definitely give away.