October 25, 2020

Digicel Takes Karting to a new level

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Digicel 4G race winners: Hurley’s Entertainment representatives and CEO Victor Corcoran (centre)

Digicel pre-launched their 4G mobile network in a unique, unforgettable and buzz worthy fashion.

It was only just late last year in December when Digicel announced the launch of Digicel 4G Broadband, the first of its kind in Cayman.  Today, Digicel announced the arrival of an additional network, Digicel 4G mobile, an evolved high speed packet access (HSPA+), a 3G (GSM) evolution technology.

The announcement was made during a media event at Cayman Karting with guests from the media and the Cayman community.  Why Karting? Karting is synonymous to speed and fun which is representative of what customers can expect from Digicel’s 4G network.  Customers will enjoy:

  • A better experience through faster access to files, the Internet and Social media,
  • More engagement and more excitement through faster communication, entertainment and information,
  • More choice with a wider range of handsets to including three new Blackberry smartphones  and the award winning Samsung Galaxy II,
  • More Value with the best rates on island.

Digicel’s CEO – Victor Corcoran, expressed, “Digicel is excited to have achieved this milestone in the Cayman Islands by launching our new 4G mobile network which will allow our valued customers to enjoy fast fun mobile internet access whether you’re are at home or on the road.  In the coming weeks, we will also be introducing a number of new handsets at extremely attractive price points to ensure that all customers will be able to enjoy the benefits of 4G.”

Digicel 4G race 2nd place winners: Cayman Free Press representatives

Representatives from both Blackberry and Samsung were also present at the event.  Both companies randomly gave away new devices. Paul Kennedy representing iNews won a Blackberry Torch and Jess Tagoona from Cayman Free Press walked home with a Samsung Galaxy SII.

Added to the already exciting announcement of Digicel introducing 4G Mobile, the event went into high gear with the Cayman islands first ever media Karting relay race.  Six media companies raced against each other, Cayman Free Press, DMS, Hurley’s Entertainment, iNews, Paramount Media and Weststar TV.  The race was exciting and it was a close finish but the ultimate winner of the 2011 Digicel 4G Race was Hurleys Entertainment.

A guest at the event stated, “Digicel took Karting to a new level.”  It’s safe to say that Digicel is also taking their technology offering to a new level by adding this 4G HSPA+ network, offering customers more choice and more value.

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