This mobile content offer is for Digi and Umobile Malaysia. The subscription serves as a contest entry application. When promoting this offer the advertiser requires Digi and UMobile carrier and WIFI traffic. In the pass I’ve successfully promoted mobile content offers in Malaysia. Digi and UMobile traffic wont be expensive here in the US but is very competitive compared broader mobile content offers. There are many networks that offer high quality Malaysian traffic with excellent targeting and features. Regarding device targeting this advertiser accept all major devices except IOS. I would suggest doing research on Digi and UMobile because mobile network conditions vary.
Mobile Content Information
Conversion flow: Pin Submit
User submit the phone number on the Landing Page + send SMS code to subscribe
Device: All except iOS
Carriers: Digi and Umobile
Push Notification traffic allowed:Yes
Incentivized Traffic allowed:NO
Email Traffic allowed:Yes
Adult traffic allowed: NO
Search traffic allowed:Yes
SMS Traffic allowed:NO
Wifi traffic allowed:Yes
Pop/Redirect traffic allowed: Yes
Malaysian Carrier Information
U Mobile Sdn Bhd is a Malaysian mobile telecommunications service provider and was founded in 1998 as MiTV Networks Sdn Bhd. U Mobile is a wholly owned subsidiary of U Television Sdn Bhd, which was formerly known as U Telecom Media Holdings Sdn Bhd and MiTV Corporation Sdn Bhd
Digi Telecommunications Sdn. Bhd., DBA digi, is a mobile service provider in Malaysia. It is owned in majority by Telenor ASA of Norway with 49%. On 24 May 1995 Digi became the first telco in Malaysia to launch and operate a fully digital cellular network.
They were also the first to offer GPRS (2.5G) and later EDGE (2.75G) in Malaysia on 14 May 2004. DiGi primarily uses the 1800 MHz band for GSM with the network code of 502-16.
Digi is listed on the Bursa Malaysia under the Infrastructure category act.
It uses the native dialling prefix identifier of “010”, “016”, “0143”, “0146” and “0149”, although with the implementation of Mobile number portability mandated by the Malaysian government this does not apply to subscribers who switched from their old mobile service provider over to Digi. At the moment, switching to DiGi is free.