You can now buy Digi data reloads over the counter


Topping up data for your Digi prepaid is now even easier. Digi has rolled out Prepaid Internet Reload, a new data reload option that’s available at close to 5,000 touch points nationwide.

According to Digi, there has been an increase in demand for internet passes and plans in the prepaid segment.

The new Digi Internet Reload allows you to choose how much data you’d like to have, and this is separate from existing plans for calls and messaging.

Reloads are available in two options: MYR3 for 3GB with a 24-hour validity, and MYR10 for 8.5GB with a 7-day validity.

Drilling down on the details, the MYR3 option is really 2GB + biGBonus of 1GB from 1PM-7PM.

For the MYR10 option, it’s 1.5GB + biGBonus 7GB where you’ll also receive 1GB every day from 1PM-7PM for seven days.

According to Digi’s FAQ, you can purchase multiple MYR3 internet reload at any time. However, only one MYR10 internet reload at any single point of time.

You can purchase reloads at 4,984 touch points nationwide including 99 Speedmart, Happy Mart, KK Mart, MyNews, Watsons, AEON Big, Cold Storage, Giant, Tesco, BHPetrol, Caltex and Petron Stations. Retailers like 7-Eleven, Petronas and Shell will begin sales in September.

Upon purchase over the counter, you will receive a unique 16-digit code to be keyed in during the reload process. This can be done via the MyDigi app or by dialing 123 via UMB. Nothing different from a regular prepaid reload.

Both new reload options give you internet usage between 1-7PM on the day you activate and redeem the reload.

This offer is valid to all Digi Prepaid Mobile subscribers except DG Smart Plan and Prepaid Internet customers.

For more information, visit Digi.


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