Digicel Samoa

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.

Digicel goes BIG on network, digital and community with 100% LTE

All Digicel sites are now 100% LTE making Digicel Samoa Limited the first operator to achieve this milestone in Samoa. The first phase of the upgrade project started in May this year with the final phase completed late August.

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Digicel Samoa hosts ‘A Night with the Stars’

Digicel CEO, Mr Mark Witthuhn said, “Digicel is a proud major sponsor of the show which aims at developing local talent and gives them a platform to showcase their talents and to allow them to explore their creativity. This is a great opportunity for them to get out of the studio and perform in public to shape up their confidence and gear them up for the finals should they advance.”

‘Tevi’s Learning Centre’ opens at Samoa Primary School

Influencing improved accelerated learning as well as awareness and practical education in ICT.

Digicel Samoa Ltd has officially opened the ‘Tevi’s Learning Centre’ at Samoa Primary School at Vailele Uta, in honor and memory of the Late Laeimau Oketevi Tanuvasa Savea.

The former Chief Executive Officer of Computer Services Limited and Board Director of Digicel Samoa Ltd, who played a significant role in advocating and lobbying for the establishment of Digicel in Samoa as well as developing Samoa’s ICT Sector.

Digicel Samoa honours the Late La’eimanu Oketevi

The project is to honour the Late La’eimau Oketevi Tanuvasa- Savea, who passed away in December 2018, the former Chief Executive Officer of Computer Services Limited and Board Director of Digicel Samoa Ltd, who played a significant role and was instrumental in advocating and lobbying for the establishment of Digicel in Samoa as well as developing Samoa’s ICT Sector.

“We enable this opportunity to honor the Late La’eimau and pay homage to her vision of seeing Information Technology as a gateway to Samoa’s prosperity”, says Digicel CEO, Mark Witthuhn.

$20,000 Cash Surprise for Two hardworking Moms!

The Top Up and Win promotion ran for seven consecutive weeks. A total of 60 winners have won $500 cash each from the weekly draws and the grand prize for the final week were drawn for two lucky winners from a pool of entries of customers that have topped up $5 or more on their prepaid mobile phones.

The Grand Prizes were presented to the two winners at their homes during a surprise visit by Digicel CEO, Mark Witthuhn and the team.

Digicel pays out record $3.8 million tala dividend

The payment reinforces Digicel Samoa’s obligations to Samoa and Samoa National Provident Fund’s (SNPF) contributing members, the people of Samoa.

Digicel Samoa Chairman, Pepe Fiaailetoa Christian Fruean and Chief Executive Officer, Mark Witthuhn proudly handed the cheque to the Prime Minister, Honourable Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi and SNPF CEO, Pauli Prince at the Prime Minister’s office earlier today in Apia.

Digicel Samoa network name change

The name change reinforces the government’s efforts in helping Samoa battle Covid-19 and also reminds customers to stay safe during these trying times.

All Digicel mobile phones in Samoa are programmed to show this change but there are some that may not depending on the type of phone.

The safety of our customers and staff is of paramount importance. Not only have we changed our network name to “Digicel – Stay Safe”, we have also zero-rated government health sites to keep everyone updated FREE during the coronavirus pandemic.