Digi’s Cili Padi passes give you unlimited internet from as little as RM1

Digi Cili Padi Passes

To spice up your prepaid internet experience, Digi is introducing its Internet Cili Padi passes. It gives you unlimited access to your favourite apps from as little as RM1 for 24 hours. The passes cover a collection of apps including entertainment, social and instant messaging.

For video streaming, you can enjoy unlimited video lite at RM1/24 hours. This covers its Video Freedom platforms which include YouTube, Tonton, iflix, Netflix, Dimsum and more. There’s also Unlimited Social Lite pass (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) as well as Unlimited Internet Call (WhatsApp/WeChat Voice & Video) at RM1/24 hours each. Do note that Lite passes have a speed cap of 512kbps.

For other apps, there’s also time-based data passes which give you high-speed internet at hourly to daily rates. For RM1, you can get 1GB of high-speed data for an hour, while RM2 gives you a whopping 10GB of high-speed data that you can use between 1AM to 7AM. If you don’t plan of losing sleep, you can get the same amount of data for 7AM to 1PM usage at RM3. There’s also a 24-hour unlimited high-speed data pass at RM8.

On top of that, there’s a Bonus pass where you can get 2GB of high-speed data + 1GB biGBonus (1PM-7PM) for RM3/24 hours.

If you need to make calls, RM3/24 hours give you 1,000 minutes of voice calls within Digi’s network, while RM8/24 hours gives you 1,000 minutes of calls that you can use to all networks (except video calls, special numbers, toll free and 121). For better longevity, you can get 500 minutes of calls to all networks for RM8/week.

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These passes can be activated through the MyDigi app or you can dial the UMB code *116*3# on your phone’s dialer. The app-based Cili Padi passes are applicable to Digi Prepaid LiVE, Digi Prepaid BEST, Digi Smart Prepaid and Digi New best v2 users. Meanwhile, the other passes are applicable to all Digi mobile prepaid customers. To learn more, you can check out the Digi community page.


Alexander Wong