|Public (Bursa Malaysia)|
|Founded||1995, Publicly listed 1997, known as Mutiara Swisscom Bhd. The name of Digi Swisscom Bhd., the holding company of Digi Telecommunications Sdn. Bhd., was changed to Digi.Com Berhad in 2000|
|Headquarters||D'House, Subang Hi-Tech Industrial Park, Shah Alam, Selangor|
|Albern Murty (CEO)
Sigve Brekke (Chairman)
Haroon Bhatti (Chief Human Resource Officer)
Karl Erik Brøten (Chief Financial Officer)
Christian Thrane (Chief Marketing Officer)
Loh Keh Jiat (Chief Sales Officer)
Eugene Teh (Chief Corporate Affairs Officer)
Kesavan Sivabalan (Chief Network Officer)
Orsolya Sekerka (Chief IT Officer)
|Revenue|| MYR 6.733 billion 2013
MYR 6.361 billion 2012
| MYR 1.706 billion 2013
MYR 1.206 billion 2012
Number of employees
|Subsidiaries||DiGi Telecomunications Sdn. Bhd.
Pay By Mobile Sdn. Bhd.
Digi Telecommunications Sdn. Bhd., DBA Digi, is a mobile service provider in Malaysia. It is owned in majority by Telenor ASA of Norway with 49%. On 24 May 1995 Digi became the first telco in Malaysia to launch and operate a fully digital cellular network.
Digi is listed on the Bursa Malaysia under the Infrastructure category act.
It uses the native dialling prefix identifier of "010", "016", "0143", "0146" and "0149", although with the implementation of Mobile number portability mandated by the Malaysian government this does not apply to subscribers who switched from their old mobile service provider over to Digi. At the moment, switching to DiGi is free.
Products and services
Digi Telecommunications Sdn. Bhd. provides a variety of mobile communication services. These services include voice under their prepaid plans & postpaid plans, SMS, data plans and services, international roaming, international calling card and WAP services.
Digi Telecommunications Sdn. Bhd. started a project called 'Happy'. A group of Digi Telecommunications Sdn. Bhd. staff handle this special project and provide a new brand of Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO) called Happy Prepaid.
Digi is also the second operator to offer the iPhone on 1 April 2010.
Digi is the first Telco in Malaysia to introduce Mobile Number Selection service which was implemented in 2008. This service enable the subscriber to choose their own number instead of following the traditional way of purchasing a new SIM that has been pre-assign with fix mobile number.
Since December 2011, Digi began upgrading its network of 5,000 network sites to LTE. The upgrade is to allow expanding its EDGE and 3G services (into using dual-channel HSPA+) to 95.8% of Malaysians and having a greener and energy-efficient environment.
Digi operates 2G GSM/GPRS/EDGE, 3G WCDMA/HSPA+, 4G LTE network.  However the LTE coverage currently only covers part of the Klang Valley and several other metropolitan cities and holiday destinations. Digi claims it's because the LTE infrastructure is under further testing and the LTE transceiver on the sites will be switched on as testing on the site concludes.
|1800 MHz (1760~1785,1855~1880)||2*25 MHz||GSM/LTE|
|2100 MHz (1935~1950, 2125~2140)||2*15 MHz||UMTS/HSPA|
|2600 MHz||2*10 MHz||LTE|
As of 4th quarter of 2014, Digi has 11.4 million subscribers (9.65 million Prepaid, and 1.70 million Postpaid customers). 47% of the subscribers are on smartphones, while 56% are internet users. Digi is the third largest mobile operator in Malaysia.
- Telenor Asia Pte Ltd - Owning 49% majority controlling stake
- Employees Provident Fund Board (Malaysian superannuation fund)
- TimeDotCom Berhad
Yellow Coverage Fellow TVCs
At the end of 2006, Digi relaunched its brand campaign after 18 months of absence with Yellow Coverage Fellow (or more officiously called, YCF) through a series of television commercials. Originally called Yellow Man, until renamed by Digi's marketing team, YCF was created by Naga DDB, Digi's advertising agency.
Entitled “Digi Yellow“, and taglined “Digi’s Widest Coverage. Always with you.“, the commercials incorporated an upbeat theme song "I Will Follow You" that is based on the 1963 Billboard Hot 100 No.1 song "I Will Follow Him" by Little Peggy March. Public response to the campaign was very positive.