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Digi extends free 30GB Productivity Internet for B40 users until 31st July 2021

Digi extends free 30GB Productivity Internet for B40 users until 31st July 2021

by Vyncent ChanMay 3, 2021
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Digi will continue supporting the B40 community by extending their offer of free 30GB Productivity Internet (1GB daily) until 31st July 2021. All active Digi Postpaid and Prepaid users will continue to enjoy the free 30GB quota per month for learning and productivity tools to help ease the burden on your data plans with the current learning-from-home and work-from-home situation.

On top of that, Digi is also offering free and unlimited access to MySejahtera and MyTrace apps, health-related websites like MOH’s CPRC Hotline, MOH and WHO’s websites and more to ensure that Digi users remain abreast with the latest COVID-19 developments. Social media, gaming, video and music streaming usage will still be counted against your existing data plan’s quota. You can find out the apps and services that won’t be included under the Productivity Internet offer here.

Recipients of Bantuan Prihatin Rakyat (BPR) can also apply for free RM5 internet credit for prepaid users, or a RM5 rebate for postpaid users. All you need to do is send BPR to 28282 to register your interest and you will be notified via SMS if you are eligible to receive the promotion.


To further help the struggling B40 communities, Digi is also running the #MYBaikHati campaign which aims to crowdsource devices to provide students with improved access to digital learning. You can donate your smartphones, tablets and laptops by dropping them off at Digi Store Klang or Cheras, or arranging for a pick-up directly from your home, which will then be donated to the Pusat Internet Komuniti (PIK) managed by Digi. Find out more about the #MYBaikHati campaign here.

Pokdepinion: Kudos to Digi for supporting the B40 communities!

About The Author
Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.

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