Digicel chairman, Denis O’Brien, calls on UK government to “Step up and do the right thing” for volcano-ravaged former colony St. Vincent & The Grenadines Labels the lack of support as “a slap in the face” With the island of St. Vincent & the Grenadines facing a humanitarian crisis with the ongoing La Soufriere volcanic […]

Penny Pinch has partnered with NEMO St. Lucia to facilitate donations from the region and the diaspora in aid of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, suffering from the recent volcanic effects eruption. Individuals can use the Penny Pinch Mobile App to send donations to NEMO, FREE of charge. Loved ones can also send money to […]

BOOST is hosting the first National Idea Pitch Competition which started on January 12, 2021. BOOST is a virtual business incubator and accelerator programme launched by Invest Saint Lucia in September 2020 and this competition is one of its many initiatives towards developing the local entrepreneurial landscape and individuals with innovative. Creative business ideas are […]

Today, Digicel is giving customers a better way to enjoy data by removing Pay-As-You-Go data in keeping with the promise of being transparent – with no hidden charges, no tricky terms and conditions and no leaving customers hanging. Pay-As-You-Go data, otherwise known as Pay Go, refers to paying per MB for data consumption outside of […]

Delivering simply more with powerful digital experiences and all-new  data-packed Digicel Prime Bundles Digicel is today launching itself as a Digital Operator and is marking the occasion by delivering simply more through a suite of eight apps and a promise of powerful digital experiences. Today heralds a new frontier for Digicel as it goes all […]

Ministers with responsibility for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have agreed to collectively approach the Region’s telecommunications providers to eliminate roaming charges throughout the Community. This is one of the priorities which they identified as an early benefit with respect to achieving a CARICOM Single ICT Space. At a Special Meeting of the Council for […]

The discovery of a point of vulnerability in the messaging app WhatsApp has allowed attackers to inject commercial Israeli spyware on to phones, the company and a spyware technology dealer have stated. WhatsApp, which is used by 1.5bn people worldwide, discovered in early May that attackers were able to install surveillance software on to both […]

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