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Digi Internet to all home & kicks off its online shopping

Digi Internet to all home & kicks off its online shopping

Andrey-Sheen
Andrey Sheen, CEO of Digi. Photograph: Moeun Nhean/Phnom Penh Post

The development of Digi’s leading technology within the $ 12 monthly service costs accessing to Internet regardless of limited data have attracted local family customers to choose Digi Internet service provider which are widespread connecting to almost residents around Phnom Penh.

Mr. Andrey Sheen, CEO of DTV STAR Co,.Ltd, a conglomerate of Digi, a prominent Internet service provider in Cambodia said that the company has completed the largely invested project to scatter Fiber Optical Cable everywhere in Phnom Penh to easily provide the Internet connection to the customers.

“It is the Fiber Optical Cable which has a large capability to send data with the fastest speeds,” said Andrey adding that Fiber Optical Cable will provide more benefits than usual Internet access; meaning that all customers can get 1MB/s in midday and 10MB/s in midnight.

He continued, Digi Internet packages are accessible to all customers -- researching or entertaining on youtube or watching foreign movies—all can be fastest downloaded without worrying about data losing anymore. “In Digi networks, we have created DigiYoutube, DigiMovie and also linked to some famous news websites both locally and internationally”.

Mr. Andrey also told the Post that “in the foreseeable future, all new subscribers will get one 3G Modem free that can easily access Internet everywhere in the Capital. Accessing via 3G Modem will be not charged on services and most importantly, its high efficiency and quality”.

“Shortly speaking, Digi Internet packages will keep the same price but the company will increase more capacities following the customers’ needs. The loyal customers will also get 3G Modem”.

He added that “recently, we have established Digi Shopping which is just hosted as www.shop.168.me for trading the products in social media. This website is new and free of charge for our customers to put on sales their products”.

Digi Company was established in Cambodia since mid-2008, less than 10 staffs worked for and in 2013, Digi now has 200 staffs.

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