Since enteringthe mobile phone market in PNG in 2007, Digicel has bridgedthe gap in communication by giving Papua New Guineas opportunity to experiencethe world of technology.
It has pride itself asthe bigger better network with over two million customers inthe country. Overthe course of its operations it has given back to its loyal customers ether throughthe launch of a latest handset or through its promotions.
Its latest promotionthe Digicel Super 8 Competition is dubbed asthe biggest Top UP Promotion in PNG
The competition runs for 8 weeks with 8 lucky customers driving away with a Toyota land cruiser. Also one million kina free credits will be given out daily to its customers.
An investment of K2m has been put into this promotion says Digicel Chief Operation Officer Darren McLean.
Customers were delighted withthe new promotion with hopes of being lucky winners. The catch isthe more you top up,the more chances you have of winning.
And a touch of star power has been added to boost promotion with Will Genia chosen asthe company’s brand ambassador for the next two years.
Digicelsaysthey will usetheir brand ambassador Will Genia to advocate social issues affecting youths inthe country.
Will Genin PNG international Rugby Unionstar says he is happy to be part of Digicel and workings withthe youths develop in Rugby Union.
Meantime,the DigicePNG Foundation has partnered withthe Mt Hagen Catholic Archdiocese and withthe support from Ela Motors to runthe Life & Business Skills program in Mt Hagen.
It’s a two-week program conducted with a holistic approach to address domestic violence.
This isthe first time Digicel Foundation has takenthe program out of Port Moresby to give interested participants access to free basic business training to strenthentheir small income generating activities and medium enterprises.