It could not have come at a better time for Alison Weekes, the week-three winner of a Samsung 40 inch LCD Television in Digicel’s “Share A Smile” Christmas promotion.
The Gall Hill, Christ Church resident could not believe her luck when she was informed that she had been drawn for the prize, noting that she was just about to complete renovations on her home, therefore the television would be a perfect addition.
“I couldn’t believe it when I got the call. I thought to myself, what are the odds that just as I’m about to complete my renovations and looking to see what new items I could add to the décor, I would be lucky enough to win such a prize. Digicel just always knows how to put a smile on my face,” Weekes said.
Marketing Executive with Digicel, Shakida Grant, congratulated Weekes on being the third winner in the 10 week promotion and reminded her to keep following the steps to
enter the promotion for more chances to win. “We want to remind our customers that
each week, up until February 4, 2013, they have chances to win Samsung refrigerators, 40 inch LCD TVs, Laptops and Android Devices, in addition to the coveted grand prize of a piece of land,” Grant said.
“Our customers can also look out for us on the road as we go into the community and around the country to share a smile with them and celebrate the Christmas season.”
All Digicel customers who top-up their pre-paid account with $20 or more, send 10 or more text messages in a day, or pay their post-paid bill on time and in full, will be automatically entered for the promotion.
Customers will also receive great deals on androids devices with 25 per cent off postpaid purchases of select handsets, or $25 cash back with their prepaid purchase of the same devices.
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