- 11.747 million mobile subscriptions (2017)
- 1994 employees (2017)
- Total revenues of NOK 12.188 billion (2017)
- Monthly Mobile ARPU: NOK 84 (2017)
- Telenor holds a 49 % ownership interest in DiGi (as of 31 March 2011)
- DiGi is listed on Bursa Malaysia
- The headquarters are located in Shah Alam
- CEO: Albern Murty
Socio-economic impact of mobile financial services
Mobile financial services can play a significantly role in the continuation of financial inclusion in Malaysia. A study conducted by the Boston Consulting Group for Telenor in 2011 show that Malaysia could potentially see 47 % of its population using mobile financial services by 2020. This represents an increase of 0.3 % of the total Gross Domestic Product. The economical and societal contributions of the new business activity include creating 44,000 new jobs and improving health care access.
DiGi is offering its customers the ability to purchase personal accident insurance. The DiGiREMIT service allows international fund transfers in a convenient and secure manner through mobile phone.
Innovative and responsible company
DiGi has received a multitude of awards for its innovation and services, and has even been named Malaysia’s most innovative company. Through its corporate initiative, Deep Green, DiGi is committed to a sustainable business that is financially and ecologically responsible to all stakeholders.
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