Celcom Axiata Extends Digital Inclusivity Support To B40 Communities Through Jaringan Prihatin Programme

Celcom Axiata Berhad (Celcom) is extending its digital inclusivity support to B40 communities with the most affordable prepaid and postpaid plans that also offer Malaysians the best savings and best value together with the widest range of FREE devices, unlimited internet access and extra rebates up to RM360.

Celcom’s Jaringan Prihatin programme offers an extra RM60 rebate for prepaid and postpaid customers in addition to the government’s Bantuan Prihatin Rakyat programme that offers subsidies of RM300 for eligible households and RM180 for eligible individuals.

Supported by Celcom’s widest network coverage, theprogramme enables Malaysians from all walks of life, to be digitally connected with a brand new 4G device and unlimited Internet access, perfect for any digital lifestyle.

Celcom’s XP Lite™ postpaid plans at an affordable price of only RM38 per month, enables eligible B40 households or individuals to enjoy a brand new FREE 4G smartphone, together with 8GB of internet quota, additional FREE 60GB internet quota per month for 12 months, unlimited calls and unlimited internet access for YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, WeChat, and WhatsApp.

To enjoy more choices of FREE 4G smartphones and rebates up to RM360, customers can upgrade to Celcom XP Lite™ L pass at only RM58 per month.

In addition, Celcom Xpax’s most affordable monthly prepaid internet plan at only RM20 per month, enables eligible household customers to enjoy a FREE Nokia C2 4G smartphone with unlimited internet access and unlimited calls.

For both eligible household and individual Celcom Xpax prepaid customers on the RM20 monthly internet plan, they will also enjoy RM5 rebate together with an additional RM60 worth of monthly rebates, for one-year, as long as they remain active.

Furthermore, eligible Celcom postpaid and prepaid customers with Jaringan Prihatin monthly internet passes or plans, will also be able to enjoy FREE 2GB internet for 1 hour daily via the Celcom Life app. The FREE 2GB internet (FREE 60GB per month) is redeemable daily for 12 months upon opting into Celcom’s Jaringan Prihatin programme.

Idham Nawawi, Chief Executive Officer of Celcom Axiata Berhad said Celcom is proud to be part of the government’s Jaringan Prihatin initiative to bridge the digital divide and support Malaysians with digital accessibility and affordability. The initiative is also in-line with Celcom’s continuous 33-years of driving inclusivity, bringing connectivity to all walks of life on our widest network coverage.

“The importance of digital connectivity has been further accelerated by the pandemic, rapidly increasing data traffic in both urban and rural areas, as more Malaysians are adapting to digital technology for their livelihoods. Through Celcom’s exclusive Jaringan Prihatin offerings, we welcome all Malaysians, new and existing prepaid and postpaid customers, to enjoy FREE 4G devices with the best value and savings for digital connectivity.

“Since the initiative’s launch on 5th May 2021, Celcom’s Jaringan Prihatin offerings have been receiving an encouraging response from many Malaysians. This will strengthen our commitment to continuously ensure that every Malaysian’s digital needs are met with affordability and easy accessibility to the latest devices. Together with the government and Industry, Celcom’s Jaringan Prihatin offerings are also the perfect opportunity for B40 communities to switch their 3G devices to 4G smartphones, enabling them to enjoy a better digital experience on our widest network coverage,” Idham added.

All Celcom prepaid and postpaid customers can check their eligibility and may opt into the Jaringan Prihatin programme immediately to enjoy Celcom’s exclusive benefits through the Celcom Life app or for more information, visit https://www.celcom.com.my/personal/jaringan-prihatin.

Alternatively, customers may also check their eligibility for the Jaringan Prihatin programme at https://bpr.hasil.gov.my/

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