Digi Postpaid 38 review – 9GB + 7.5GB with unlimited calls

Digi Postpaid 38 review - 9GB + 7.5GB with unlimited calls 1
Digi Postpaid 38 / Digi

Recently, I subscribed to the new Digi Postpaid 38 for my parents. Digi has very attractive offers and I can’t resist that. One of the offers is, they have additional discounts for customers who are above 60-year old. So, here is my Digi Postpaid 38 review.


My parents have been using U Mobile for a while and unfortunately, some of the places they usually visit have a coverage limitation issue. So, we’ve no choice other than to look for a new plan as a replacement.

As far as we know, only Celcom and Digi have a very good coverage at those locations. Can’t find a suitable plan with Celcom but somehow Digi has a new postpaid plan called Digi Postpaid 38.

Here’s why Digi Postpaid 38 is the perfect plan for my parents:

See also U Mobile GX68 review.


Digi Postpaid 38 plan

DescriptionPackage plan
Monthly feeRM38/RM28
Internet data9GB + 7.5GB (250MB/day)
Hi-speed internetYes
Voice callUnlimited to all network
SMS/MMS10/20 sen to all network
Digi Postpaid 38 plan

As you can see in the table above, this plan is so attractive. With RM38 per month, you’ll get a total of 16.5GB internet data with hi-speed internet and unlimited call to any network.

Monthly fee

The reason I mentioned RM38/RM28 in the above table is that, for customers above 60 years, they’ll get an additional RM10 rebate for life. But one MyKad only applicable for one account only. So, my parents used their own MyKad to register their phone number.

Internet data

For the internet data, Digi provides 9GB for all-day usage and will credit 250MB every day. So, 250MB will be used first. Once the daily credit depletes, then only it will utilize from the 9GB allocation.


Final verdict

Honestly, Digi Postpaid 38 is the best plan that suits my parent’s needs based on their usage patterns. Most of the time they only use WhatsApp and sometimes they do browse Facebook, so, 9GB + 250MB daily is more than sufficient.

However, if you really want to port in to this plan, you have to ensure the network coverage at your area is good! No plan is good without good coverage.

So, what do you think of this Digi Postpaid 38 plan? Do let me know in the comment below.


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