digicel png

Everyday People: Jimmy Jack

Jimmy is an Information Technology Support Officer with Digicel PNG at the headquarters in Gordon.

This would be his first job straight out of Datec Learning Centre where he studied for two years.

Jimmy finished his secondary level of schooling at the Port Moresby International School, where the courses he took boosted his interest in IT.

After POMIS he registered at Datec Learning Centre to pursue his studies in IT.

About Jimmy

Digicel's K7m Platinum Sponsorship

PNG’s leading telecommunications provider and digital operator is backing the two national teams, signing on as a Platinum Sponsor for three seasons commencing this year.

Digicel PNG’s Senior Vice President, Lorna McPherson said, “As Platinum Sponsors, I am equally delighted and excited to announce our commitment of over two million kina a year to our National Rugby League teams and flag bearers, the PNG Kumuls and PNG Orchids. This is indeed is a milestone sponsorship for us as we increase our level of support and investment in the sport of rugby league in PNG.”

Digicel Launch “Mad Moni” Promotion

The promotion will give customers a chance to win cash daily, weekly and also a grand cash prize, plus loads of daily free credit winners.

Customers will simply top up K5 or more or buy any 4G smartphone and they automatically qualify for a chance to win their share of the K500,000 cash and credits giveaway.

 

Dominant Industry Player Levy

CEO of Digicel PNG, Colin Stone, has highlighted that Digicel PNG achieved its market position through sizeable investment of over US$1 Billion in infrastructure across all of PNG’s 89 Districts since launching in 2007. ‘We are proud of our enviable record of connecting more Papua New Guineans with each other, and the world, than any other operator in the market’ Stone said.  ‘It appears to us that the Proposed Levy is an attempt to undermine the nation’s progress in this regard.

More Ways to Win With Digicel

It means everyone can be a winner this Christmas with Digicel.

The telecommunications company is leveraging all of its apps, products and services to reward customers simply for being part of the Digicel family.

The MyDigicel app will serve as the go-to place for all things prize related.

Taking engagement to the next level, Digicel says the more customers use Digicel’s suite of digital apps (BiP, D’Music, GoLoud, Loop, PlayGo and Billo), the more chances they get to win prizes this Christmas. 

Lae Youths Upskilled

Under Save the Children’s Hand Heart Pocket project, the youths are undergoing educational, SME and life skills training.

Save the Children’s Hand Heart Pocket is a three-year youth project that is being implemented in Port Moresby and Lae.

The program supports marginalised youths between the ages of 14 and 24, including people living with disabilities.

It strives to give them a chance to succeed in education and employment.

Partnership To Support Youth

The agreement paves way for Save The Children beneficiaries to receive cash support on their mobile phone using Digicel CellMoni. 
 
The Mobile Cash Transfer is part of Save the Children’s Disaster Preparedness work under its Cash and Voucher Assistance project to have mechanisms in place to help youths and families following a disaster like a landslide, cyclone, earthquake, or pandemic with cash payments for essential items. 
 

Foundation Launches Educational Channel

This is according to Digicel Foundation Chief Executive Officer, Serena Sasingian yesterday at the launch of the Foundation’s Education TV channel.

The channel aims to increase literacy and economic opportunities for the youth of Papua New Guinea through creating and streaming learning content to schools and Community Learning Centers around the country.

Everyday People: Isa Yabi

In 1980 when Kamea Construction went down to Gulf province to build a road to Kaintiba, Menyamya, and Aseki, there was a Miss PNG Quest sponsored by Kamea Construction in 1985 which I entered. I was selected as Miss Kamea Construction for Miss PNG, but it didn’t progress because the Kamea Construction work broke down. So I took a typing course with the Commerce Department and after 6 months I received my certificate. My first job was with Ilawa Inn Hotel in Kerema town, as a receptionist. I worked for two years under an Australian called Don Bird.

Everyday People: Velma Vele

“I have five grown up children and then I have two little girls whom I got from my sister when she passed away with cervical cancer. The twin girls are three years old.

“My second born was working at Lamana but due to COVID-19 he got laid off. Now he’s at home looking after the twin girls. My third born was with customer care (Digicel) and the fourth one is still a new agent with (Digicel) Customer Care.