Daily Unlimited Internet Roaming allows you to experience Internet roaming at a max cap of RM36/country/day or RM56/country/day depending on the roamed country. It allows subscribers to enjoy Internet browsing whilst travelling abroad with no manual operator selection require
There is no subscription required. You will just need to ensure your mobile line is activated with International Roaming and enable data roaming in your phone settings.
This offer is only available for all Digi Postpaid subscribers.
This is a daily validity offer according to the capital city time of your roamed country. E.g. if you are in Australia and start browsing from 01:00AM Canberra time, your daily validity will expire at 11:59PM Canberra time. Should you continue to browse after 12AM Canberra time, you will be charged RM36 x 2 = RM72.
Roaming usage is rated based on GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) without consideration of Daylight Savings Time (DST).
You will be charged for 2 days of usage. E.g. If you start browsing from 11:30PM until 2AM in Australia, you will be charged at a max cap of RM72 (RM36x2 days).
No, the Daily Unlimited Internet Roaming pass will expire automatically once the validity has ended.
The full list of countries available for Daily Unlimited Internet Roaming are as follows:
|Isle of Man||Japan||Kyrgyz Republic|
|Singapore||Slovak Republic||South Korea|
|Nicaragua||Palestine||Papua New Guinea|
|Sudan||Switzerland||United Arab Emirates (UAE)|
You will only be charged a max cap of RM36/country/day or RM56/country/day depending on the roamed country’s respective rates. E.g. If you are in Singapore and you connect to Starhub in the morning and Singtel in the afternoon on the same day, you will be charged a max cap of RM36/day.
Roaming Internet usage of less than 1MB will be charged on a Pay-As-You-Use (PAYU) basis at RM36/MB (for countries rated RM36/day) and RM56/MB (for countries rated RM56/day) in 10kb charging blocks.
You will be charged a max cap of RM72 (RM36x2 countries) for the day or RM112 (RM56X2 countries), depending on the roamed country’s respective rates. E.g. if you use the Internet while you roam in China in the morning and Hong Kong in the afternoon, you will be charged for both countries.
You will be connected to any available operator in the country automatically without the need to manually select a specific operator.