Even though Celcom and Digi have already merged, previously, we reported that Axiata Group plans to keep Celcom and Digi brands on the market for the foreseeable future, with network integration anticipated to occur over the following two years.
They haven’t decided whether to merge them into one brand or keep them as two separate brands in the future and they see value in maintaining both brands, and the business will continue as usual for customers. It seems they are slowly moving forward with their integration with this news.
According to lowyat.net, Celcom bluecubes and Digi Stores will now offer services to customers regardless whether they subscribed to team blue or yellow.
Celcom or Digi customers will still be able to pay their bills, change plans, reload their prepaid, etc regardless of which one they go to. You don’t have to worry about looking for a specific outlet anymore.
In spite of the fact mentioned above, the physical appearance of Celcom bluecubes and Digi Stores will remain the same and their exterior signage will not be altered. The company claims that it now has a total of 534 outlets throughout the country as a result of the merger.