KINGSTON, Jamaica - About 29 kilograms of cocaine was seized and two men arrested during an operation on Seymour Avenue, Kingston 6 Friday night.
According to the Transnational Crime and Narcotics Division (TCND) at about 9:30 pm a team of officers conducted an operation in the area, during which two motor vehicles were i ...more »
As proud sponsors of the Reggae Boyz Digicel on Thursday launched its latest promotion which will see even more customers scoring plenty with winnings of cash, football jerseys and tickets to attend one of the upcoming CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers to be played in Jamaica.
From now until April 11, Digicel's '120 Score Plenty' promotion will see all customers who top-up with as low as $120, talk for 20 minutes on their postpaid phones or pay their postpaid 4G Broadband bill on time and in full, being in with a chance to be one of 120 weekly winners of a Digicel football jersey and a ticket to attend one of the Reggae Boyz' upcoming World Cup Qualifiers at "The Office".
There's more. A total of six lucky customers will score even bigger with winnings of $120,000 cash, Digicel football jerseys and a VIP match experience for them and their friends.
This exciting new promotion has come on the heels of another Digicel 120 promotion in which a total of 120 customers from across the island received winnings of $120,000 each.
Commenting on the new '120 Score Plenty' promotion, recharge manager Annalise Harewood, said that promotions like these underscored the telecommunications company's commitment to always reward its customers. "We are very excited to be launching yet another promotion which will see more Digicel customers winning not just cash, but match tickets and football jerseys. We know that our customers love football, so this is our way of rewarding them with something we're all passionate about while supporting our Reggae Boyz on the Road to Rio," she said.
Digicel CEO Andy Thorburn (left) shows off his football skills during a courtesy call from Reggae Boyz head coach Theodore ‘Tappa’ Whitmore at the cellular phone
giant’s global headquarters in downtown Kingston earlier this week. Whitmore presented Thorburn with an autographed football.
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