Digicel Samoa

Digicel Samoa takes Naming Rights Partnership for Marist St Joseph’s 7s

With a sponsorship amount of $55,000tala, Digicel Samoa supports the esteemed Marist St Joseph's Club in preparing for the upcoming International 7s tournament from June 8th to 10th at Apia Park Stadium.

The sponsorship was presented at Digicel’s head office at SNPF Plaza, marking the beginning of an exciting collaboration between Digicel Samoa and Marist St Joseph's Sports Club.

Digicel Samoa appoints new Chief Executive Officer

A proven leader in the business, Anthony, of Samoan descent, has been the CEO of Digicel Tonga for the past three-and-half years and has played a key role in driving Digicel’s operational strategy. His superb leadership and wealth of experience have been instrumental in rehabilitating the Tonga market through the COVID-19 pandemic and after the devastation of the earthquake and tsunami in 2022.

Digicel Samoa announces new Acting CEO

Rigamoto brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge in the areas of leadership, business strategy and operations. He is no stranger to the Digicel Pacific team as he is the Head of Legal & Regulatory for the 5 Pacific markets.

Digicel Pacific CEO, Shally Jannif, said that the recruitment process for a replacement CEO has started and an announcement will be done once this position is confirmed.

Digicel Samoa launches MyCash partnership with Samoa National Provident Fund

Digicel’s MyCash mobile wallet (formerly known as Digicel mobile money) lets Samoans keep money stored safely and securely when they deposit money at any MyCash Agent or Digicel Store, receive remittance from overseas, buy Top Up, pay for shopping with contactless payment, transfer money to another MyCash user and make a secure bill or business payments.

The services that you can now access through this partnership include;

Digicel Samoa presents sports apparel to sports clubs through its 'FREEDOM TO EXCEL' promotion

Digicel Samoa Chief Executive Officer, Seiuli Deepak Khanna said the promotion is also a part of the company’s community initiative to grow sports in the community.

“We called for expression of interests by various sporting teams and clubs because we understand that for any sporting club, uniform is an expense. It’s about being part of the celebration and a community initiative to grow the sport in the country,” he said.

The sports apparel is cutting-edge in design and fabric that makes it convenient for the players while on the field.

Digicel supports community through blood donation

With the Samoa Red Cross experiencing a shortage at their Blood bank, the Digicel Samoa team came together to support them through a Blood Drive Donation.

The Digicel CEO and staff engaged in donating blood. Many of the staff members felt fortunate and shared how great it felt to donate to saving lives and assisting healthcare workers through this initiative.

Digicel Samoa welcomes new CEO

A proven leader in the business, Deepak understands customers and knows the Pacific business very well.

Commenting on the new role, Deepak shared; “It’s great to be home in Samoa amongst my aiga’s and uso’s to lead our customer-focused team. With a strong focus on ensuring that we deliver on our promise of simply more, I am looking forward to working with the team to keep finding new and powerful ways of bringing our Better Together brand to life with great value for our customers and our staff.”

Solo mum wins van in Digicel Samoa promotion

The young lady attended the prize giving ceremony amongst 20 other winners from the last week of promotion and had no idea what was about to happen.

Digicel Samoa Chairman, Pepe Fia’ailetoa Christian Fruean elevated the suspense by asking the Digicel staff for the whereabouts of the car keys, then turned to the 21 winners and asked them to check their gift bags if the keys were inside.

The winners quickly looked inside their prize bags and Ms. Sii Uta had soon enough held up the set of keys.

Digicel shareholders benefit from WST$3.02 million in dividends

This is the second dividend payment presentation made by Digicel Samoa Limited during the 2020 calendar year totaling WST$6,879,222.65 (US$2.63m), underpinning Digicel’s commitment to Samoa and SNPF’s contributing members.

The presentation handover was made by Digicel Samoa Chairman, Pepe Fia’ailetoa Christian Fruean at its headquarters in Apia, and was proudly received by Samoa National Provident Fund CEO, Pauli Prince Suhren.

Digicel Offers $50,000 funding for community projects

The $50,000 cash grants for community projects also marks the celebration of Digicel becoming the first network and entertainment provider in Samoa to accomplish 100% LTE on all its sites. The launch of the Go Big campaign was a holistic approach on network, digital and community.