Digicel gears up for School year

It’s that special time of the year again as children and parents get ready to head back to school this New Year. 

Digicel Samoa is delighted to be part of this special time with the launch of its fantastic Back to School Campaign. 

Digicel for the past few years have always seen the Back to School period as a time to help and support our children and parents by offering promotions and specials that will ease the burden that comes with preparing for the New School year. 

In a special statement, Digicel Samoa C.E.O Rory Condon says, “As parents and children gear up for the new school year, Digicel has developed special offers on handsets, data, voice and texting promotions that will surely make back to school more fun and exciting.” 

Digicel’s back to school features our Cash Scholarship giveaway along with stationery vouchers and data bundles, to show its commitment and support during this special time. Digicel has allocated $100,000 tala to prizes and giveaways for back to school this 2016.

For more information on how to win our awesome prizes and giveaways customers are encouraged to visit www.digicelsamoa.com. Check us out on our official Digicel Samoa Facebook page or visit your nearest Digicel Store.

Digicel Group Limited (Digicel) is a leading provider of communications services in 31 markets in the Caribbean and South Pacific Regions, where the company provides a comprehensive range of Mobile Communications, Business Solutions, Cable TV, Broadband and other related products and services to retail, corporate (including small-and medium-sized enterprises) and government customers. 

Digicel offers HSPA+ or long term evolution (LTE) mobile technology (4G) in 30 markets and holds the number one mobile market position in 21 markets, with a mobile subscriber market share of more than 50% in 20 markets, as determined by internal company data. 

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