Digicel surprises this Christmas

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Winner: Moana Taualumaga of Vaoala with her $1000 from Digicel.

Winner: Moana Taualumaga of Vaoala with her $1000 from Digicel.

PR - As Christmas nears, Digicel is gifting its customers with more great deals. 

If you’re an sms, voice or data user, there are surprises from Digicel in store. 

This includes offers on Huawei mobile phones, $30,000 in cash prizes and much more.

Digicel has partnered with Huawei, one of the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturers in the world, to offer special deals through the month of December. 

The Huawei Y3 Lite, a super value Android powered smartphone, is on sale for only $99 and, even better, by purchasing this or any other Huawei product you can go in the draw to win a Huawei P9. 

The latest in Huawei’s LTE compatible range, the P9 is a crowd pleaser with its 5.2” full HD display and a cutting edge duel-lens camera that makes it one of the best camera phones in the smartphone market.

Iosefa Aiolupotea of Vaimea.
Iosefa Aiolupotea of Vaimea.
Vaipapa Matautia of Siusega.
Vaipapa Matautia of Siusega.

Digicel has a number of other promotions running in the lead up to Christmas. 

Cash prizes of $1,000 each for 5 winners are drawn weekly and can be won by texting ‘Huawei’ to 1155 or simply by topping up $5 or more which, as an added bonus, opts you in to the Tinko Mai promotion, gifting you 50 free minutes plus 50 free texts from 11pm to 6am. 

For data users, Digicel has launched a competition to send one lucky winner and a friend on an all-expenses paid trip with VIP tickets to sit ringside at the highly anticipated Joseph Parker vs Andy Ruiz fight. 

With the competition closing soon, customers have until midnight, Friday 2nd December to spend as little as $1 on data and receive an entry into the draw. 

You can win all of this and more simply by purchasing Digicel products and services. 

Don’t miss out, become a part of our ‘Christmas Get Gifted Surprises’ to receive surprise promotions during the month of December.

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