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Fiji engages Tonga, Vanuatu in sharing

 

Jun 21, 2011 12:00:00 AM

Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama confirmed talks are underway between Fiji and South Pacific neighbours Vanuatu and Tonga in terms of information and communications technology sharing.

Bainimarama said government is working at sharing equipment, services and know-how with islands nations in the South Pacific.

“Discussions with Vanuatu and Tonga are well underway to effect their access to and use of the Southern Cross cable,” he said.

Earlier this year, Fiji had liberalised the Southern Cross Cable by giving Telecommunications Fiji Limited (TFL) the rights to its access. Up until January of this year, FINTEL was the sole telecommunications company that had direct access to the cable.

The Southern Cross cable provides the fastest, most direct, and most secure international internet access bandwidth available in Fiji.
 
Bainimarama also confirmed he will be launching 3G services in the North.

“Through the regulation of the National Spectrum Decree, there will be efficacies introduced to manage this limited national resource while improving the quality of services and competition in radio and electronic media,” he said.

Bainimarama is expected to leave for Labasa today.


By Repeka Nasiko

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