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Digicel launches new logo and Prime All In Bundles

Digicel launches new logo and Prime All In Bundles

By Iva Danford
Wednesday 21/10/2020
Digicel Fiji CEO Farid Mohammed.[Image: fijivillage]

Digicel Fiji has today launched their new logo and announced their new Prime All In Bundles which includes 70GB of data for 30 days for $10.

Digicel Fiji CEO Farid Mohammed says their new Prime All In Bundles features their suite of digital services or apps spanning D’Music for music, BiP for messaging, video and voice calling and gaming, and Billo for cloud storage.

Mohammed says all these apps now have their data allotment so that Digicel customers can feel, touch, experience and enjoy them as they live their digital lives.

He says their previous data bundles of $10 for 40GB is now $10 for 70GB, where 40GB is used for anything and the rest will be 10GB each for D’Music, BiP and Billo apps.

Mohammed says their $20 plan will now be for 160GB where 100GB will be for any use and 20Gb each for D’Music, BiP and Billo.

He says their new messaging app, BiP is the first app globally that translates to iTaukei language.

Mohammed says BiP also has gaming functions and it has a function of video calling of 10 members at one time.

The CEO adds their D’Music app has 40 million tracks which includes local artists, English and Indian music.

He says with Billo which is their storage app, Digicel users can store all their pictures and contacts on to a cloud storage platform.

Meanwhile, Mohammed says their logo puts them out globally as the digital operator.

He says they are calling it digital at Digicel.

Mohhammed says they are stepping out and reintroducing themselves to the world as a Digital Operator.

He says their new tag line is better together.



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