10-04-2016 03:41 PM
10-04-2016 09:45 PM
@Geoffrey, we are sad to see you go. We hope to see you back into Digi some time soon!
11-04-2016 01:19 AM
11-04-2016 10:33 AM - edited 11-04-2016 10:36 AM
If only you guys could improve and expand as fast as possible as telco blue and red.. Digi is 10 years backward interms 2g and 3g compare to Celcom.. by the time digi expands their coverage, other telcos will be far ahead of Digi.. i really like Digi..i was loyal to digi about 6 years..seems very slow in expanding to meet customers expatation.. still cant accept interms poor indoor coverage.. outside of the house will be full bar.. once inside house just remain 1 bar or almost to zero .. many of my fren uses digi says they have experience poor indoor coverage in their work place... just imagine so many of places with poor indoor coverage.. sigh.. still dono wat so say.. and i did complain to help@digi.. u know wat.. a tower will be raised some where nearby company in Q4 this year.. n need wait again for anothet 5 mth.. after 6 years im working in my company without indoor coverage and nw only expanding... business is business.. no quality ...customers will jump ship to a better 1..
if we look at 10 years back...
mobile telephony is meant for ppl who are away from their deskphone (which is usually indoor -- at home or in office). so, many years back, indoor reception wasn't a priority. outdoors... i'd say that the 3 big telcos... they are on quite equal footing.
however, over the years, things have changed. for many, mobile phones now replace the deskphones. so, indoor reception is kinda crucial now.
from what little i know, to get better indoor reception, lower frequencies should be used. however, if you Google up, you'd realise that Digi was not given a lot of this frequency/ spectrum in the past. so, they can only make do the best they can.
but what i also read, things are starting to change in regards to the spectrum allocation. i think it comes into effect in 2016 (i could be wrong and it could be from 2015 or... maybe even 2017). but what i understand about the recent change is that Digi will be getting more of the spectrum they need...
so, who knows... things can change.
but if you're still porting out, then... good for you. no point of having a phone service provider that cannot provide you with good coverage. just that... looking at what has happened recently to some other telco (and how their customers are upset they are tied to contract and have to pay so much), i suggest you try not to get into any contracts. who knows... 6 months later, you might wanna port to another telco again.
here's a link to a news article about the spectrum allocation:
it said implementation only july "next year"... i guess it's 2017 then.
11-04-2016 12:27 PM