One of the highlights of our National Day celebrations is the release of our locally-produced videos and advertisements that never fail to tug at our heartstrings. Rib-tickling, tear-jerking and ultimately heart-warming, they leave a deep imprint in our hearts and invoke the spirit of national pride and togetherness among our fellow Malaysians.
The latest video to touch the collective hearts of Malaysians is Connect To Be Free by Digi, which has gone viral on YouTube with 2.7 million views and widely shared on Facebook since it was released on August 25. The story of how Ah Wong rediscovered the good within himself after a strange incident is sure to resonate in your (or brings a tear or two too).
Watch the inspiring video below.
Connect To Be Free is just the beginning of Digi’s #BukaLaHati Campaign to celebrate our nation’s 59th Merdeka. There will be a series of similar inspiring stories of Malaysians to be released in the subsequent days leading up to Malaysia Day on September 16.
“We hope that these heart-warming stories will inspire and remind Malaysians that this nation is not just made up of individuals who share the same country, but also the same dreams of peace and happiness. It is important that we respect and understand one another. When we #BukaLaHati and connect with each other without bias and prejudice, we will live the spirit of #SehatiSejiwa. We hope that Malaysians will be inspired by the stories we share and join us in spreading the positivity with their friends and families,” – Chan May Ling, Head of Marketing Services for Digi
In addition, the telco will also be giving away free Digi Prepaid Live packs to all Malaysian citizens at all Digi stores nationwide from August 30 to September 16. What’s more, all Digi Prepaid customers will be able to enjoy 59 minutes of free talk time when they subscribe or renew their Internet Unlimited monthly plans from August 30 to September 2.
Head over to digi.my for more information.
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