Majority Digicel Cellular Network Already In Place In Haiti

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KINGSTON, JAMAICA-(Marketwire - January 21, 2010) - Efforts to restore the Digicel network continue with most cellular networks back into the air and running smoothly. As the largest network and the best in Haiti, Digicel continues to operate networks to air more than any other provider and seeing more and more users using the network. To ensure the greatest possible number of users to stay connected with friends and family, Digicel today announced several initiatives, including: - FREE replacement program SIM card in Digicel stores for anyone who has lost his SIM card and More importantly, users can keep their original number. - Large reduction in the price of Digicel phone Coral 150 to U.S. $ 12 and lowered price of $ 20. - Many shops reopened and in the country with seven in Port au Prince. - In an effort to ensure that the largest number of users can purchase credits mobile phones and accessories such as mobile phone chargers alternative energy, one of the Digicel stores in the area of Port au Prince airport is open to the public daily from 9am to 4pm.

- Train additional burden placed on the Digicel shops to ensure that customers can charge the batteries of their mobile and can take advantage of the free credit of U.S. $ 5 to stay connected with friends and family. - And for people in the diaspora who wish to send credit to friends and family in Haiti, Digicel offers Double Bubble customers which means they will receive double the value of credit to purchase no additional cost.