Port Moresby, November 18 2008. Digicel, the fastest growing mobile network in the Pacific, is proud to participate in a new safety and crime prevention initiative being undertaken with Yumi Lukautim Mosbi Projek (YLM) and Protect Security.
The new Digicel-provided Famli Seif line aims to support police response and assist people in crisis, by providing a free rapid-reaction communications and transport service, available in Port Moresby, Lae, Rabaul, Madang, Mount Hagen and Goroka.
A call on the toll-free Digicel line 72221234 will be responded to by Protect Security in any of these regional centres. Protect Security will move as quickly as possible to transport the vulnerable caller to a safe location, and away from immediate danger.
Remember, “7222 brings Protect to you, 1234 opens the door” on family & sexual violence.
Digicel PNG CEO John Mangos addresses media at Tuesday’s Famli Seif launch, Ela Beach Hotel, Port Moresby.