DiGi Senior Management Made Ambassadors of International Roaming Services
DiGi Telecommunications recently announced that effective August 1, 2012, its senior management have been made ambassadors of its international roaming services, in line with DiGi's ongoing campaign "Don't Worry, Roam DiGi". The campaign ensures a worry-free roaming experience with the best rates for unlimited Internet roaming, phone calls and SMS in over 185 countries.
“We always like to do things a little differently," said Albern Murty, DiGi Chief Marketing Officer. "Every DiGi employee is a brand ambassador and the same goes for the senior management team. As Ambassadors, we will use the opportunity to engage with customers whenever we ourselves travel, either on business or leisure. We believe our custom-designed “Take Your Internet With You” travel luggage will grab people’s attention and become great conversation starters. We can then share the benefits of roaming with DiGi, especially with our Unlimited Internet Roaming service. At the same time, we can learn a few new things about how we can meet travelers’ needs even better in the future.”
Recently, DiGi's TravelSure Unlimited Internet Roaming service has been expanded to include 10 more countries including Macau, Pakistan, Bangladesh, New Zealand, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Spain, and Brazil, raising the total to over 40 countries across the globe. This allows customers to freely surf, e-mail, Facebook or use location services and download apps on any smartphone and tablet - worry-free.
“At DiGi, our mission to provide Internet For All doesn’t just mean enjoying worry-free internet in Malaysia; it also extends to millions of smartphone-loving Malaysians who are traveling abroad more frequently for business and leisure. DiGi’s TravelSure Unlimited Internet Roaming simply means your overseas data charges are capped to a fixed per-day rate for as low as RM36 per day on selected networks in over 40 countries. This means no bill shocks and our customers can stay connected on social media, e-mails and their favorite websites with no worries," added Murty.
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