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TFL Launches Connect Wi-Fi At My Suva Park

TFL Launches Connect  Wi-Fi At My Suva Park
From left: TFL staff members- Roko Richard, Paula Tuilave, Deve Rokosuli and Jone Tuirara with TFL products at the launch on Saturday. Photo: STELLA MORESIO
January 19
11:12 2015

Telecom Fiji Limited has launched its Wi-Fi service at the busy My Suva Park. This allows customers and people the ability to access the internet at any time in this area.

The Wi-Fi Connect hotspot was launched on Saturday on Queen Elizabeth Drive, Nasese.

People within the reach of the Wi-Fi signal will be able to access the internet on their Wi-Fi devices through the purchase of recharge card or a voucher.

TFL general manager Strategy, Marketing and Business Improvement Sanjay Maharaj said this was part of the company’s Wi-Fi roll out, TFL Service Connect Plan.

It also comes as its continuing efforts in line with Government’s bridging the digital divide.

Mr Maharaj said: “We’re planning to move out to Lami area and also areas from Nadi to Lautoka.”

The company believes the Wi-Fi Connect promotions would get people to be more aware of the services they provide.

Mr Maharaj said: “Telecom Fiji Limited runs a number of promotions throughout the year for its loyal customers and our promotions are tailored to the customer’s interest which we consider is also our best interest.”

As part of its launch, TFL Connect promoted a free to all Wi-Fi service which came to an end today.

So far Connect has 11 wireless internet areas listed as their hotspot stretching from Waimanu Road to Stinson Parade around Suva.

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