Digicel Fiji turns 13

Digicel Fiji turns 13

By Semi Turaga
Thursday 14/10/2021
[Image: File Photo]

Digicel Fiji says it is celebrating its 13th birthday with exciting offers for its customers.

The company says since launching in Fiji in 2008 as a telecommunications provider, it is the only digital operator in Fiji today offering the best voice, text and entertainment plans.

Digicel Fiji says it has also fulfilled its corporate social responsibility by assisting the Ministry of Health and Medical Services through the timely donation of PPE, maternity and baby care products, hygiene products, free meals for frontline workers, COVID affected households and in assisting the COVID taskforce with a call helpline to manage operations.

During the last cyclone season, Digicel Fiji provided free voice and text to customers.

It says it will continue to support its customers as we approach the next cyclone season.

With the government’s unemployment assistance rollout, Digicel improved and expanded its MyCash mobile wallet service to a wider customer and business base.

A special voice and text plan are also being offered by Digicel this month where customers receive unlimited voice and text for a month for only $5.

Digicel Fiji says they are giving away $1,300 every week in October to customers who opt into these plans.

Looking to the future, Digicel Fiji says it is committed to upgrading its LTE network to meet the growing demands of customers with more people using data for social media, music and video streaming.

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