He was explaining the company’s service migration exercise of swapping their code division multiple access (CDMA, 2G and 3G services) customers onto the 4G long term evolution services. Mr Donnelly said the new service will also support more data hungry applications, faster and real time sharing of large files and streaming and near immediate delivery of time sensitive data to allow existing businesses to grow under investments from overseas for both the public and private sectors. “With regards to our landline and fax services, a lot of our customers today want to buy a sweeter product from us and there were limitations with the CDMA technology which we replaced with the Telikom 4G technology, and so what we are finding is that not only do we retain our customers but they want to buy more services.
“At this stage we haven’t actually launched the product, but the response is overwhelming following feedback from customers in social media is somewhat overwhelming, so when we do get to the point when we want to launch, we think that most of the revenue will come from new entries,” he said. Mr Donnelly said with new people entering the market there will be increased coverage, more competition, new customers and growth attracted by the new service’s multi-options.