Happiness is winning with Digicel

Digicel Diaspora serves the community of customers who are living in countries across the world but still have strong connections to their loved ones at home. 

For Samoa in particular, this includes those who have moved to Australia and New Zealand.  

With re-sellers across both nations, as well as an online top-up option available, families can easily send credit, data and even transfer funds back home. 

What’s more, Digicel Diaspora have spent the last seven weeks rewarding those family members in Australia and New Zealand with the chance to win up to $250 in their local currency.

The New Year, New Reasons campaign was launched in January this year and offered customers in Australia and New Zealand the chance to win $250 in their local currency simply by topping up $20NZD/AUST or more to any Digicel Samoa phone number whether it’s for their family or friends back home, or even their own Call Samoa SIM card. 

Today is the last day of the promotion and with over 40 winners in seven weeks, Digicel Diaspora customers have plenty of reasons to smile in the new year. 

Leaupepe Talai Lene, Channel Manager NZ says: “The best part about these promotions is that everyone wins. People in Samoa have credit to call their family & friends in New Zealand and Australia or, if they’re topping up a Call Samoa SIM card, our overseas based customers can take advantage of the cheap rates to call home. Either way, we’re here to help our customers stay connected and, even better if we can reward their loyalty at the same time.” 

To send a prepaid top-up back home, Digicel Diaspora customers can log on to DigicelTopup.com or visit a Digicel branded store near them. There will be plenty more opportunities for customers in Samoa, New Zealand and Australia to win with Digicel, simply like the Digicel Samoa Facebook page to stay up to date with the latest promotions.

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