Telecom Fiji customers can now pay their bill at Post Fiji outlet as they announce partnership

Telecom Fiji customers can now pay their bill at Post Fiji outlet as they announce partnership

By Mikaele Liga
Wednesday 07/02/2024
Source: Telecom Fiji

Telecom Fiji customers will now be able to pay their bills at Post Fiji outlets as the two companies have collaborated to improve their service delivery and meet the dynamic needs of their customers.

In a joint statement, they say this initiative offers a seamless and easily accessible option for settling telecommunication bills, underscoring Telecom's unwavering dedication to customer satisfaction and community engagement.

They say the partnership is centred around providing unparalleled convenience, allowing customers to effortlessly settle their Telecom bills during routine visits to Post Fiji outlets. They say the extensive network of Post Fiji locations ensures widespread accessibility, catering to customers in both urban and remote areas and fostering financial inclusion across the nation.

Telecom Fiji Chief Executive Officer Charles Goundar says this partnership not only streamlines bill payments but also signifies the initiation of a broader range of services designed to enhance the overall customer experience.

Goundar says they are thrilled to announce their partnership with Post Fiji, aligning with their commitment to delivering exceptional services to the people of Fiji.

He says Telecom remains dedicated to creating innovative solutions and expanding its service reach to better cater to customers.

Goundar adds partnership with Post Fiji underscores the commitment to making essential services more accessible, contributing significantly to the socio-economic development of Fiji.

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