Digi Postpaid principal line subscribers can assign a maximum quota that the other lines within the same family group, who will consume Internet from the total shareable internet quota pool.
Eligible plans for internet sharing
All principal plans, all family plans and Gadget SIM
All principal plans and all supplementary plans
Digi Prepaid and Digi Fibre lines are not eligible for internet sharing.
How to set up Internet sharing and quota capping
After enabling internet sharing, all the lines in the family group will automatically consume from your shareable internet quota before their own internet quota.
Subscribers can also limit the usages of each of lines by setting a cap on the total internet quota that each of these lines can utilize from your shareable internet quota. The quota capping feature is available on MyDigi app v12.3.0 onwards.
To enable Internet sharing and to cap quota:
Step 1: In MyDigi homepage, click ‘Share my Internet’
Step 2: Drag the round button to indicate the allocated amount. Then click ‘Confirm quota limit’
If you have not assigned any quota sharing to your family members previously, your family members are able to use all the available shared quota that you have. Once you perform this sharing, each of these lines will only be able to consume up to the quota amount you set in each bill cycle.
Charges for internet sharing
Current selling Postpaid (2021) plans
Non-selling (legacy) Postpaid plans
To identify whether your postpaid plan is the current selling plans, please check the Digi website.
Old internet sharing feature
New internet sharing feature
the quota amount set for the supplementary line will be reserved for the family members and no one else can consume it. However, with this update, this experience is no longer valid.
the quota amount set is the maximum amount for the family members to consume, however, the amount is not reserved for the family member. Hence there is a possibility that the supplementary line consumes less than the set amount as the quota availability is based on a first come first serve basis.