Telecom Fiji releases unlimited broadband plan with no data cap

Telecom Fiji releases unlimited broadband plan with no data cap

By Iva Danford
Saturday 01/05/2021
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Telecom Fiji has announced their new broadband plan with no data cap.

Telecom CEO, Charles Goundar says this comes during a time when many Fijians are on lockdown at home and need high speed and reliable internet connectivity, whether they are working from home and doing online web conferencing, watching movies on Netflix and Amazon, playing video games, or watching news and sharing updates with their friends and families on social media.

He says these are challenging times and many responsible Fijians are following government instructions and staying at home to stop the spread of COVID-19 in communities, and they want to reward their customers with Fiji’s first-ever unlimited broadband plan to make their homestay more enjoyable.

Goundar says the unlimited plan will be available at the cost of $199 a month.

He says existing customers on the $199 broadband plan will automatically get this new offer from today.

Goundar says they anticipate a high volume of data usage during this period, and their engineers are monitoring the network and systems closely to ensure that their loyal customers continue to get superior quality of broadband experience they are accustomed to.

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