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Digi High Speed Internet Special Promotion

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Digi High Speed Internet Special Promotion

Digi High Speed Internet Special Promotion

Join the yuletide cheer with the Digi Christmas and New Year special promotion. For a minimum price of only $12.8 per month, enjoy up to 9Mbps high speed smooth internet access and download speeds of up to 50Mbps for Youtube, Facebook, games and more.

Established in 2008, Digi is one of the leading internet service providers in Phnom Penh and officially incorporated into the SingMeng Group in August 2018.

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Established in 2012 with a registered capital of $100 million, SingMeng Telemedia is a Singapore based operator providing one-stop digital information solutions that includes telecommunications services, system integration services (ICT/ IoT), mobile internet services, internet media information services and more.

With 6,600 kilometers of optical fiber network connecting the entire nation, SingMeng Telemedia links 25 provinces, cities and 90 per cent of the population by providing a high speed seamless gateway that connects Cambodia to the world.

Licensed by the Cambodian Ministry of Telecommunications and Post and Information Ministry to operate DTT / OTT / ISP / VoIP digital communications platforms, SingMeng Telemedia is also the first 4K broadcast TV, and only OTT TV and Triple Play service provider in the Kingdom. Our mission is to create a better life in the digital age with the people of Southeast Asia.


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