A chance to meet Malaysian sensation, Fish Leong

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March 10, 2011
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A chance to meet Malaysian sensation, Fish Leong
Exclusive Meet & Greet passes to be won for DiGi customers

SHAH ALAM, 11 MARCH 2011: DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd ("DiGi") is angling a unique music experience for its loyal customers to win a chance to meet Malaysian singing sensation, Fish Leong (梁静茹). In collaboration with Universal Music Malaysia, DiGi is jointly organising showcases and meet-the-fans sessions nationwide to meet the Taiwan-based performer in end March to early April 2011.

DiGi customers stand a chance to be up close and personal with this Queen of Love Songs as she promotes her latest album, What Love Songs Didn't Tell You (情歌没有告诉你) in Malaysia. Limited Meet and Greet passes are up for grabs exclusively for her fans among DiGi customers to have their photographs taken with her at any of the fan events arranged.

Francis Chang, DiGi's Head of CRM & Analytics, said: "There are many different music lovers among our customers and we try to bring what appeals to most of them, with the help of our music partners like Universal Music. Our latest collaboration has opened another opportunity to enhance our reward programme by bringing an accomplished Malaysian songbird like Fish Leong."

To stand a chance to win the Meet and Greet passes, DiGi customers will need to purchase three pre-determined CallerTunes™ at RM9.00 by sending FISH to 2016. These are "LA LA LA LA" (梁静茹), "And I Know It's Love" (我就知道那是爱 - 梁静茹) and a special recording of the song, "Will You?" (你会不会 - 梁静茹) with an embedded message from Fish Leong.

The contest will run from 14-25 March 2011 with the events to be held in Cheras and Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur (30 March & 1 April respectively), Prangin Mall, Penang (31 March) and 1Borneo Hyper Mall, Kota Kinabalu (2 April). For more details, surf over to www.digi.com.my/fish.

As an added bonus DiGi customers will also be able to enjoy 20% off the latest album by showing the SMS received from purchasing Fish Leong's CallerTunes™ at any Speedy Video nationwide, Rock Corner, Friendly Music Centre (Ipoh), Inverno Music Centre and Yee Hai (Melaka), and at all Popular Book/CD Rama stores. The promotion is valid until 2 April 2011.

"We are also providing more avenues of music appreciation for our customers through DiGi's own music application, DiGiMusic Play. Customers can now enjoy Fish Leong's new album via this application on BlackBerry and Android operating systems, providing many hours of entertainment for her fans," he added.

DiGi customers who subscribe to iDiGi plans or DG SmartPlan can enjoy a free 30-day trial for first time registration. After the trial period, RM5/month will be levied in order to access unlimited downloads from a library of over 400,000 songs. To subscribe, customers can send DMP to 2000 to install the free application from the relevant App Store, or visit www.digimusic.com.my/play for more information.

 

About DiGi
Established in 1995, DiGi is listed on Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad and is part of the global telecommunications provider, Telenor Group. DiGi focuses on making it easy, keeping it relevant and providing the best deals to ensure excellent customer experience in mobile and internet services. Through its corporate initiative, Deep Green, DiGi is committed to a sustainable business that is financially and ecologically responsible to all stakeholders.

About Fish Leong
Fish Leong is a successful Malaysian singer whose album sales have reached millions since she made her debut in Taiwan back in 1997. She adopted the name "Fish" because the last character of her name "茹" sounds like "fish" in Cantonese. Her dulcet voice and vocal strengths have earned her many accolades including Most Popular Female Singer and Regional (Malaysia) Most Popular Singer at the Singapore Hits Awards 2005. Her latest album, What Love Songs Didn't Tell You (情歌没有告诉你) hit No. 1 on Taiwan's Five Music's album sales charts in January 2011.


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Corporate Communications Department.