Biggest Christmas promotion in Anguilla with over $50,000 in CASH & prizes Digicel rewards winners EVERYDAY in their ‘#ChristmasTogether’ Promotion

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By anguillian November 21, 2014 09:17

 

 

Ms Kerchelle Jn Charles

Ms Kerchelle Jn Charles

On Wednesday morning Digicel launched its Christmas promotion that gives customers a chance to win daily cash and prizes totaling a whopping EC$50,000.
Under the theme “Come Together This Christmas” customers who top up EC$20 or more, activate a smart plan, purchase a Digicel handset for a chance to win their share of exciting prizes. In addition, postpaid customers who pay bills in full and on time will have a chance win a 46” Samsung Plasma TV.
The prizes include, daily cash prizes of EC$500, Smartphones, FREE Credit and MORE. Additionally, 1,500 customers will FREE bingo cards for the Digicel & Lion’s community bingo scheduled for December 18th 2014; with a grand prize of EC $20,000!
In addition, the Digicel team is giving back to its communities by supporting a number of charities and communities during the Christmas season; Blossom Centre, Stoney Ground special needs school, public primary schools, Statia Valley Christmas, Festival De Noel, Lion’s Community, ALHCS end of year festival, AHTA Tourism Gala, Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament and more.
Kerchelle Jn Charles commented; “Digicel has always made sure that its customers receive the best value, not only do they have a chance to win cash and other prizes, but they will be able to choose from the widest selection of smartphones at the BEST prices. We are also proud to be fully engaged in community and charity events this Christmas and truly know that the Digicel team can create togetherness and make this Christmas a memorable and Extraordinary one.”
The Christmas campaign runs from November 19th until the 31st December 2014, so come together this Christmas and make the season an ‘extraordinary’ one with Digicel.

anguillian
By anguillian November 21, 2014 09:17

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