Digicel continues to reward customers

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Koreta Epati, Farani Neli and Tailua Roma.

Koreta Epati, Farani Neli and Tailua Roma.

Digicel launched its 10-week campaign, ‘Top Up & Win’ on 1st May, of which over 700 plus Digicel prepaid customers have the chance to win daily and weekly prizes.  

The campaign is said to be the biggest ever this year, culminating in a grand prize of $30,000 cash, free credit and data for a year.  

The campaign features the new Samsung S8 smartphone giving customers a bigger and immersive screen to allow better viewing and an enhanced mobile experience. 

With nearly four weeks into the campaign, Digicel has already rewarded 190 customers with $200 credit and six lucky winners with $1,000 cash each. 

Last week’s winner, Sauma Pasi, a nursing student at N.U.S in Falealili won cash and said, “I will put some of the money towards my studies, some will go towards my family and the rest I will decide later.”

Sauma Pasi and Sarona Samuelu.
Sauma Pasi and Sarona Samuelu.

Milos Surla, C.E.O Digicel Samoa said: “Our Top up & Win promo is very exciting.

Not only are we reaching out to as many loyal customers as possible but our prizes, especially the cash ones, put the power into the hands of our consumers. It’s up to them how and where they’ll spend it but for most, the answer is, they will spend it on their loved ones.” 

Digicel’s Top up & Win Promo will run until 9th July, with a grand prize winner drawn on 10th July. Digicel prepaid customers only have to top up $6 or more and go into the draw to win any one of these prizes. For more information or any other queries, customers can dial 123 to speak with any Customer Care Agent.

Digicel Group is a total communications and entertainment provider with operations in 33 markets in the Caribbean, Central America and Asia Pacific. After 16 years of operation, total investment to date stands at over US$5 billion worldwide.

The company is renowned for delivering best value, best service and best network. Digicel also runs a host of community-based initiatives across its markets and has set up Digicel Foundations in Haiti, Jamaica, Papua New Guinea and Trinidad and Tobago which focus on educational, cultural and social development programmes.


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