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Digicell selects Roamware for travelling wireless customers

Believed to be the Caribbean 's fastest-growing GSM operator, Digicell Group has implemented a new roaming solution...

Believed to be the Caribbean 's fastest-growing GSM operator, Digicell Group has implemented a new roaming solution. The new package, supplied by Roamware, is intended to enhance Digicell's growing, seamless pan-Caribbean GSM network. The partnership will, it is hoped, offer an enhanced mobile experience and a greater level of connectivity both to Digicel customers travelling abroad and to visitors to Digicel's pan-Caribbean network soon to total 20 markets.

Digicel's subscribers can now welcome the benefit of being able to seamlessly access voicemail services from abroad, while visitors to any of Digicel's markets can now access their own home services.  

When travelling abroad Digicel's customers will no longer be charged for incoming calls when they are not available, as these will be delivered directly into their voice mailbox free of charge. Roamware's Voicemail Call Completion and CLI Guarantee also ensure that callers can seamlessly leave voicemails without the need to re-enter phone numbers. 

International visitors to the Digicel network will enjoy a reliable Virtual Home Environment experience with Roamware Short Codes, which enable inbound roaming subscribers to continue to use the abbreviated codes assigned by their carrier to access their local services such as voicemail. Smart Call Assistant allows roamers to use the numbers in their phonebook as they would at home by automatically adding the international access codes if missing.

 * Launched in 2001, Digicel is a Caribbean company headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica. Digicel currently operates in 16 Caribbean countries, covering a total population of 14 million people: Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba, Barbados, Bermuda, Curaçao, The Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad & Tobago. Digicel looks forward to launching in Haiti and Turks & Caicos in the near future, and intends to fully acquire Bouygues Telecom Caraibe with assets in Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guiana.

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