Digicel PNG Ltd

Digicel provides reliable internet service to Holiday Inn

The hotels are two of Papua New Guinea’s leading hotels under Kumul Hotels Limited.

The ‘Direct Fibre to Business’ provides dedicated internet access through Digicel’s fibre network with microwave redundancy which guarantees more uptime, availability and stability of the Hotel’s internet services.

The hotels are now able to better serve their guests by providing them with the additional benefit of stable, consistent high speed Wi-Fi connections, with zero to minimal internet down time.

Digicel’s GoLoud Stream To Win Promo

Each week, three lucky winners will receive a Weekly Prime Bundle consisting of a week pass of free onnet calls, SMS and data. All the participating entries will go into the major draw at the end of each month to win K1000 cash prize money. 

Since the launch, there have been 12 lucky winners who walked away with a weekly combo giveaway and one major cash prize winner.   

The major cash draw of K1000 for the month of August was drawn on 24 September and the lucky winner was Shirley Dua of Mt.Hagen.

NICTA Renews Digicel Operating Licenses

Minister for Information, Communications & Technology (ICT) Timothy Masiu presented the licenses to Digicel PNG CEO, Colin Stone, in Port Moresby today.

The renewed ICT operator licenses are viable for the next 15 years. The two licenses granted to Digicel PNG are the gateway service license and individual network license.

Minister Masiu used the ceremony to promote the Marape-Basil Government’s position based on the ‘Take Back PNG’ intent.

He emphasized that the Take Back slogan is about national content and participation.

New Men of Honour judges announced

It recognises ordinary men who are doing extraordinary things to alleviate suffering in their communities.

Each year six awards are given during the Men of Honour Awards Dinner Night.

Three vibrant leaders have joined the dynamic six-member independent panel of judges to select finalists for Season 5 of the Men of Honour Awards.

These three new judges are:

SIM registration deadline looming

This was the case with the Digicel SIM registration team, led by Darren Lepilis, the retail executive.

Lepilis and the team have a deadline to meet.

He said as per the directive from the National Information & Communications Technology Authority (NICTA), all SIM cards have to be registered by the end of the year. Failure to do so will result in the SIM card being deactivated.

His team has been out in full force since yesterday, setting up in communities, with the help of volunteers.