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Digicel giving away $60K in cash and prizes this Christmas

Digicel is giving away $60,000 in cash and prizes up until December 31 as part of its annual Christmas campaign.

This was revealed during a media briefing at Digicel’s flagship store in Road Town on Thursday, November 21.

The telecommunications company’s Marketing Executive Timothy Barker said there are many initiatives that it will be undertaking this Christmas, including a competition entitled ‘Shake It’.

“Shake It is an app that is only available through the MyDigicel app. To be eligible to win, persons can either download the app or activate a data bundle plan and for postpaid customers. All they have to do is pay their bill in full and on time,” Barker explained.

He further said: “The ‘Shake It’ app will be available from tomorrow Friday, where you will be able to win each day and guaranteed wins on a Saturday. We’re going to be giving away cash, we’re going to be giving away prizes and we’re going up to $60,000 in cash and prizes.”

Prizes to be won

Head of Digicel’s Consumer Sales & Services Sylvia Louisy further explained some of the prizes which their customers can become eligible to win.

“This $60,000 incorporates seven-day data bundles and bonuses, credit, iPads, cell phones, a one-year package for a family of four and a $5000 final prize which will be held on December 21,” she stated.

“We have daily cash prizes of $50 where one customer will win $50 every day and we have a prize every Saturday of $250,” Louisy added.

She also revealed that Digicel will be giving away a further $50,000 cash in their regional competition of which BVI customers will be eligible to compete to have a chance of also claiming that prize.

Deal for all new customers

Louisy further said all new customers whether postpaid or prepaid can look forward to receiving deals. For prepaid customers, if they purchase a Samsung J2 smartphone for $69, it will include a 7 day ‘Big Data’ plan with six gigabytes of data free of cost.

New postpaid customers will also enjoy their first three months of service at half price, along with a free Samsung J2 smartphone, when they activate any ‘Unbeatable Plan’.

Secret Santa

Barker further said there will be a treasure hunt held every Saturday with Digicel’s very own ‘Secret Santa’, where customers will be guaranteed to win prizes.

“Our treasure hunt is very famous. We’re bringing it different this time with a ‘Secret Santa’. Look out for your clues on a Saturday morning via social media and then search for ‘Secret Santa’ so you can immediately win cash or a prize,” Barker said.

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  1. FED UP ! says:

    WHEN IS THE COMPANY GOING TO FIX THEIR NETWORK ON ANEGADA ? THE SERVICE IS BELOW STANDARDS IN THE SETTLEMENT. THE INTERNET SERVICE IS THE WORST! MOST OF THE DAY CUSTOMERS ARE WITHOUT SERVICE!DIGICEL IS NOT THE BIGGER,BETTER NETWORK! IT DOWNRIGHT SUCKS !!!

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    • Good Point says:

      IF YOU ARE COMING FOR THE LOBSTER FEST , PLEASE WALK WITH A PHONE FROM CCT . THEY ARE THE ONLY COMPANY THAT HAS COVERAGE THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE ISLAND !!!

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  2. Hmm says:

    After you guys jacked up the prices for your data bundles, I guess you can afford to give away something.

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  3. BIG QUESTION says:

    WILL GADHEITHZ BE HERE TO DO THIS?

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  4. Hmmm says:

    Soo this digi app is for postpaid customers only 🙁

  5. Headless Chicken says:

    Give us good service, not prizes you’ve sucked out of us by outrageous billings! You guys SUCK! DODGEYCELL!

  6. Wow says:

    Digicel you know how to pacify your customer. I prefer better network. How you all so?

  7. Eagle eye says:

    Give us better speed and prizes.why should it cost 3.50 or even more to download a song off youtube on data.

  8. Tola says:

    Ayo too thief digicel

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