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Digi is now Malaysia’s widest 4G LTE network,

Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (“Digi”) is now Malaysia’s widest 4G LTE network, with the potential of connecting 1 in 2 Malaysians to its high-speed internet services with a population coverage of 50%.

The company has already surpassed its year-end network coverage target of 45%, and has aggressive plans to double site rollout for the year by adding more than 1,500 sites to solidify its stronger, more extensive network position by year-end.

Digi’s Chief Executive Officer, Albern Murty said,

“More and more customers across Malaysia now enjoy a strong, quality network experience with us. We’ve aggressively expanded our 4G LTE reach in 28 major cities and secondary towns nationwide, with key market centres enjoying a steady average of 80% population coverage, making the benefits of Digi’s 4G LTE services easily accessible to half the Malaysian population.”

The company now delivers 4G LTE on 1800Mhz and 2600Mhz spectrum bands respectively, and overlays both spectrum bands for 4G LTE in an increasing number of key market centres.

Dual band 4G LTE provides customers with wider network coverage, greater capacity and significantly improved indoor and outdoor internet experiences, as well as future access to next-generation 4G+ technologies.

In the past three years, Digi invested RM2.3 billion in CAPEX primarily on its network, and has committed an additional RM900 million this year to further strengthen its network and to deliver internet for all Malaysians.

This includes plans to aggressively doubling 4G LTE sites rolled out for the year to expand coverage in key market centres and into more secondary towns across Malaysia.

Today, Digi is Malaysia’s widest 4G LTE network covering 50% of the nation’s population, in addition to a 3G footprint of 87%.

Visit for more on Malaysia’s Widest 4G LTE Network, and to begin enjoying the full benefits of Digi’s 4G LTE plans and services.

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