Through the collaboration, TM will provide Layer 3 HSBB Network Service to Digi, which will enable Digi to extend its fibre broadband footprint to more areas across the country including Sabah and Sarawak.
Leveraging on TM’s extensive and robust fibre network infrastructure, Digi will be able to connect an additional three million households across the country. Digi customers will be able to enjoy a total connectivity experience—at home and on-the-go.
In line with the Government’s call for greater industry cooperation, the collaboration enables the two key industry players to fully utilise infrastructure and avoid unnecessary duplication and overlap.
Leveraging on existing infrastructure saves costs, hastens deployment and makes more efficient use of resources, and in turn increases reach and enhances customer experience.
Ultimately, this will benefit both customers and businesses, bridge the digital divide and enable world-class, superfast connectivity for all.
In January, Digi announced a collaboration with TIME to bolster its fibre broadband offerings, effectively extending its home broadband footprint to more residential condominiums and apartments.
One of the recent fruits of labour from the partnership is Digi Internet Freedom—a new range of plans that offer total connectivity to customers, combining fibre internet at home and 4G LTE on-the-go.
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