Some of you bosses might wonder, what so different about this business postpaid?
Short answer is NO DIFFERENT. but just bare with me.
The advantage for this plan is you will be able to include your whole business phone bills under “Company Expenses”. Still don’t understand? consult your tax advisor for this. ;)
For IDD calls, you don’t need to dial the budget IDD prefix number to make an international call. Just dial direct the number and you will be connected to your oversea clients/colleague immediately.
But to be honest, other then the above two, the plan has no different with the personal plan (other then it cost slightly higher).
It’s targeted to Small & Medium Businesses (SME)
For the purpose of my review, Digi decided to pair the plan with a Windows Phone.
I love my readers, if you do plan to take this plan, choose an iPhone or any Android devices. Windows Phone is just not ready yet, and it sucks.
Being a business plan bundled WINDOWS PHONE. There’s no myDigi app, no Digi Music Freedom app, no Capture app, no Appear.in app (a Telenor app for Video Conferencing). From the response from Digi, there’s no plan for Windows Phone to have all these apps anytime soon.
For network performance, Digi perform quite well in most case, the fast 4G LTE and network coverage does help out when I need to tether internet to my laptop to get some job done when I’m outside of my office. Speed average around 20-30M at most place. Call quality is generally perfect, but does suffer to some drop calls, which isn’t too bad.
How about IDD calls? It works perfectly. But too bad my business don’t really use much international calls.