Quite some times ago, Digi released MyDigi Android app for their postpaid and prepaid subscribers to manage their account, particularly to monitor their payment status and Internet quota usage. Prepaid users can also perform reloads with the app.
In order to use this MyDigi app, user need to have an active Online Customer Service (OCS) account, which Digi subscribers can register for one here: https://www.digi.com.my/ocs/
Today, Digi has also released the MyDigi mobile app in Apple App Store and Windows Store beside Google Play store.
In early 2013, Maxis follow suit and released MyMaxis Android app for their Maxis postpaid and Hotlink subscribers. Beside Android, they have also released the app for iPhone/iPad and Blackberry Z10 subscribers as well.
However, the MyMaxis Android app is as bulky as 13MB (compared to only 2.8MB for MyDigi). Generally, MyDigi users give good comment with a rating of 4.1 to their app, while MyMaxis users have more complaint and only give it a 3.3 rating.
Celcom is yet to come out with their official mobile app for subscribers. This is pretty disappointing.
- Click here to download MyDigi app from Google Play store
- Click here to download MyMaxis app from Google Play store