Digicel launches ‘Get Gifted” Campaign

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Digicel has launched its 2016 Christmas Campaign entitled ‘Get Gifted’. This campaign seeks to award all existing and new customers with cash and prizes to the amount of $50,000 and up to $25,000 in cash and prizes to a lucky grand prize winner.

On Thursday November 24th, at the Digicel office in Roseau, customers and staff participated in prize giving activities where some received Samsung handsets compliments Digicel.

Marketing manager of Digicel, Nathalie Walsh, said that the focus of the campaign is to spread cheer placed entirely on “spreading cheer to communities this Christmas.”

“Our ‘Get Gifted’ theme has seen us initiating several plans through which we will touch the thousands of lives including our customers and vulnerable children who are generally not able to help themselves. We know what our people want and we’re ready to bring joy, deliver better gifts, better prices, better entertainment and better network” Walsh said.

The ‘Get Gifted’ campaign provides customers with items that can be given as gifts to loved ones, or as a personal treat to themselves.

During this Christmas season, Digicel is aiming to ensure that every customer and family “Get the gifts they want.”

Details of the campaign are as follow;

  • Get gifted with prizes- From now until December 28 2016, Digicel customers will be given offers that ensure the best value. This includes a 50% discount on smart phones and a new postpaid plan launched just in time for the holidays.

In addition to this, customers will also get a chance to win on a weekly basis up to $50,000 in cash and prizes which include smart phones and gift vouchers.

  • Gifted kids- Through the combination of customer and employee donation, over 40 children will receive prizes and surprises during the annual ‘Christmas Wonderland’ event to be held at the Botanical Gardens. Children will have a chance to take pictures with Santa and their favorite cartoon characters.

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