Digi has partnered with AXA Affin to offer a prepaid plan that offers both data and free life insurance coverage. The Digi Abadi plan, which is open only to new registrations or subscribers of a new line, is offered exclusively on the telco’s online store. It is limited to the first 100,000 customers.
The prepaid plan offers life insurance coverage of up to RM40,000 in total, which is comprised of an allocation of RM30,000 for death, RM8,000 for death by vehicle accidents, and RM2,000 for funeral expenses.
In terms of mobile data, you’ll be entitled to 3GB of high-speed internet with 30 days validity, which you can bring forward to the following month if you do not finish your monthly quota. You may accumulate up to a maximum of 999GB if you renew your plan on time. However, the plan does not include voice calls and SMSes, which means it’ll cost you 10 sen/min to call and 10 sen to send an SMS. The SIM also has a validity of 365 days.
Interestingly, Digi Abadi also comes with annual loyalty rewards for subscribers who stay with the plan for at least one year. You’ll be able to earn an additional RM5,000 death benefit and an extra 1GB for your monthly internet quota when you renew your plan for the 13th, 25th, and 37th time. In other words, it is possible for you to accumulate up to RM45,000 in death benefit, as well as enjoy 6GB of high-speed data each month after three years:
|Plan renewals||Internet quota||
Digi Abadi life insurance coverage
|Death benefit||Death by vehicle accidents||Funeral expenses|
|First 12 renewals||3GB||RM30,000||
|13th renewal onward||4GB||RM35,000|
|25th renewal onward||5GB||RM40,000|
|37th renewal onward||6GB||RM45,000|
To subscribe to this plan, you’ll need to first get the SIM pack at RM28, but the monthly fee after that is an affordable RM20. Note also that this plan is only valid for Malaysians between 30 to 55 years of age, and must be free from disabilities or serious illnesses. Those who are taking long-term medications or have been hospitalised in the past 12 months are not eligible for the plan.
To find out more about the Digi Abadi plan, head on over to Digi’s website.