Digicel Grenada says that claims made against the company that the government’s phone bill was leaked by a Digicel worker are not true. The company said in a statement sent to our news desk today that a thorough internal investigation has determined the information was false.
The statement reads, “Following weeks of thorough internal investigations Digicel Grenada can safely conclude and publicly state that the leak of the government associate’s bill did not originate from within the operations of Digicel Grenada Ltd.
Digicel Grenada CEO, Shrivon Redhead said, “Customer confidentiality is something we take very seriously and we have in place best practices to protect against the release of private customer information. When the allegations arose, we made it a priority to conduct an internal audit in order to establish the facts, ensure that there was no breach of information on our part and confirm that we did everything possible to protect the confidentiality of our customers. Our customers can continue to rely on us and to trust that we will treat their personal information with the strictest confidence.”
The statement challenges a claim made several weeks ago by a talk show host of a political program that he obtained information relating to the government’s phone bill by walking into the Digicel office and asking an intern for the data in which the intern cooperated.