Some questions you may have about Telikom PNG TV.
Q1: What is Telikom TV?
A: Telikom TV is a value added product that is offered on Telikom’s Fixed Broadband Internet (Copper & Fibre) service. Telikom TV provides Television Channel entertainment over the Internet. There are 20 Channels that can be viewed via an Android TV Smart Box which is connected to the internet access (ADSL2+/GPON) and connected via HDMI cable to the HDMI in-port of a Television set.
Q2: What are the Channels currently available on Telikom TV?
A: The Channels currently available are, EMTV | NBC | Pasifica TV | 9Life | 9Go | 9GEM | Channel 9 | ABC | Euro News | Arirang TV | Channel 7 | Russia Today | DW | Day Star | Aljazeera | NHK World TV | France 24 | Hope Channel | EWTN | TRT News.
FONE Haus customers now have the option of shopping online, national operations manager Amy Tomlinson says.
She said this during opening of Fone Haus flagship shop in Lae last Friday.
The products on sale have interactive screens that customers can access to, compare phones or learn a little bit more about the specifications of the phones and accessories.
The shop also has a “Fone Geeks” section to help customers any time with any technical queries related to services, features, applications, accessories and other information about its products.
Tomlinson said it was important for them to look ahead as Papua New Guinea entered the digital age.
DATEC PNG Ltd specialises in the delivery of information and communications technology (ICT) solutions to businesses in PNG.
From its humble beginning 30 years ago, Datec has now become the largest technology solutions and services provider in PNG.
The business has been built on sound business practices over many years and have a strong affiliation with some of the largest technology providers in the world.
Datec is now a fully owned subsidiary of Telikom Ltd.
Datec operations in PNG drove success by a long-term commitment to develop long-term partnerships with customers to leverage their past, current and future IT investments along with strategic alliances with industry giants such as Lenovo, HP, HPE, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Canon, Nutanix, Cisco, Fortinet, F5, Eaton, VMware, Veeam, Viavi, Systimax, DinTek, etc.
It continues to partner with world-class branded vendors to ensure quality and professional delivery.
Datec is committed to providing customers with a “one stop shop” experience.
Datec’s alliances span the full range of IT consulting, cyber security, IT infrastructure: cabling, server, storage, virtualisation, office automation and printing solutions, software solutions, IT security and surveillance products, internet, cloud and data centre solutions, training and education.
Datec addresses all end to end ICT requirements of its customers.
The PNG market has quickly adapted to 64% Visa contactless transactions, significantly higher in comparison to other markets within Asia Pacific such as Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Philippines.
Bank South Pacific's Digital General Manager - Nuni Kulu, in giving an insight on BSP's commitment to digital innovation in Papua New Guinea, said; this is an impressive start for BSP Digital Payments journey with an adoption rate over a four (4) year period for the PNG market, which has typically taken developed countries such as Australia, Singapore and New Zealand over 8 years to achieve.
As more goods and services are purchased using various electronic mediums, we transition away from the dependency to use of cash or cheques. Digital payments using cards on channels such as ATMs and EFTPoS have been in our markets for over three decades and our banked customers still dependent on these traditional payment channels to carry out their everyday transactions.
We however, seeing a rise in alternate payments, alternative payment methods are bringing new ways for customers to transfer funds online using electronic funds transfer (EFT) for payments in a secure and password-protected manner. The customer is carrying out payments and banking on their readily accessible mobile devices. The accessibility to the simplest phones 'one bang' is driving a connected population who are now gravitating to this style of payments. The increasing adoption of mobile phone devices in the Pacific is supported by improving expansion of telecommunication networks and we are seeing a direct correlation with an increase in Mobile Banking transactions.
Water PNG in partnership with Bank South Pacific recently launched the BSP Mobile Merchant Payments on *131# Mobile Banking service.
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As a distributer of water to 20 districts in Papua New Guinea and manages the sewage system in provincial centre, Water PNG has on-board an innovative and efficient way to give quality service to its customers.
With the advantage of increased number of BSP Mobile banking users, Water PNG, through their partnership will enable customers to make payments from home, office or anywhere using the *131# Mobile Banking service.
"Paying water bill is now made simple and secure for Water PNG customers across PNG. Over 300,000 BSP Mobile Banking Customers can now make payments as often as they wish without visiting the Water PNG office. Payment is received in real time and no cash handling for Water PNG." Says Digital General Manager Nuni Kulu at the launch at Hilton hotel recently.
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