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Telecom Fiji aims to provide Fijians the same standard of service that is internationally available

Telecom Fiji aims to provide Fijians the same standard of service that is internationally available

By Sheenal Charan
Monday 22/11/2021
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In an effort to provide Fijians the same standard of internet service that is internationally available, Telecom Fiji showcased its network transformation plans for the future alongside presentations by support partners Cisco and nCinga.

Telecom Fiji’s National Sales Manager, Setareki Daulako says through their Gigabit fibre networks, people are now able to access ultra-fast internet at the same speed provided in countries like Australia and New Zealand.

He says they have the vision to connect even remote and maritime schools to fast internet to ensure future generations can benefit.

CEO, Charles Goundar says they want to ensure they maintain this status by staying up to date with the technological advances which happen at a fast rate in today’s globalised world.

The event was aimed at educating Fijian industries and businesses on the impact and implications that digital transformation would have in the future and showcasing how upcoming products and solutions by Telecom’s partners could help with that.

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