Digicel Nauru

Digicel pays AUD$504,939 Dividend to Shareholders

Since 2009, Digicel has paid over US$12.5 million to the Government of Nauru in dividends and taxes.  Digicel continues to be the most prolific financial supporter and sponsor of sports, education, health and cultural initiatives in the country.

Win a trip to Fiji with Digicel this Easter

Deepak Khanna, Digicel Nauru CEO said; “This is a great way to reward our loyal customers this Easter season. We are giving away an all-expenses paid trip for two to Fiji. Not only that, the winner will also receive $2,000 spending money, 5 nights accommodation at Denarau Island, 2 passes to Bula Water Park and 2 movie passes to Life Cinemas in Nadi.”

Digicel Nauru Shareholders receive dividend

Since 2009, Digicel has paid dividends of more than USD$10 million to its local shareholder.

His Excellency Hon. Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of The Republic of Nauru thanked Digicel for its significant contribution to the communications infrastructure in Nauru.

27 winners - Cash, smartphones and free data as Digicel Nauru celebrates 9th Anniversary

The campaign ‘Top up and Win’ is focused on giving ‘much better value’ for money to all our customers. 

All our customers who top up with $6 or more will go into the draw to win fabulous prizes including cash, smartphones and free data.

Digicel Nauru welcomes new CEO

No stranger to Digicel, Khanna has served till recently as their Chief Customer Officer in Samoa. He brings with him a wealth of telecom experience from Digicel’s Pacific Markets including Papua New Guinea, Tonga and Samoa.

Digicel Nauru opens powerlifting training centre in Yaren

Speaking at the official opening, His Excellency, Baron Waqa thanked partners Digicel Nauru, Central Merridian and Sterling Security for their contributions towards the development of the centre.

“It is a great honor to be opening a gym as such’ said His Excellency, Baron Waqa. “ Powerlifting is a very hard sport to train for, with this new Gym we are more confident to go to International level and present our talents to the World.”

Digicel Launches a Bigger, Better, Faster LTE Network in Nauru

LTE delivers superior Internet services that allows users to surf, stream, socialize and download at very high speed.

For home and business users, Digicel has also launched innovative and affordable LTE broadband services that will help improve efficiencies.

His Excellency, the President of Nauru, the Honorable Baron Waqa opened the LTE launch by sharing the story of Digicel’s journey in Nauru and encouraged the crowd to look forward to a bigger, better and brighter future with Digicel.

Digicel Nauru hosts Data Education Night

Pastor Jesse Agagio said the opening prayer and this followed by speech by Digicel Nauru CEO Mr Francis Thomsen.

Instructor Corasita McKay led the crowd in a session of Zumba.

A large number of children turned up and enjoyed the bouncy castle and good music.

Digicel’s brand ambassador Jezza Uepa attempted to do a 445kg squat as the crowd cheered him on.

Rosy Akaruwo and a team from Digicel Nauru provided information to customers about data.

More than 50 customers signed up to use FREE 4G LTE service on their handsets.



Digicel Nauru opens Café

Committed to delivering the ultimate customer experience, Digicel have open up a containerised café providing the ultimate coffee experience in Nauru through a complete menu of espresso-based beverage such as lattes, cappuccinos, cocoas and tea.

The café also serves a variety of muffins, banana bread, sausage rolls and meat pies, all imported from Australia and of high quality.

AUD$1,100 raised for Haiti

New CEO at Digicel Nauru, Francis Thomsen said: “DIGICEL Nauru hosted the fundraiser and at the same time encouraged health by organizing the ‘WALK FOR LIFE’ for HAITI. 

The turn-out from people on the island was fantastic and they showed the love and support for Haiti by donating a minimum of one dollar before setting out for a walk around the airstrip. 

“All donations will go towards Haiti redevelopment, “said Thomsen.

All those who took part in the walk were invited to the NEW Container Café at the Civic Center for a well-deserved cup of hot coffee.