Tuesday, October 16, 2018

PNG Students present research projects at mathematics, computer science symposium

PNG Students present research projects at mathematics, computer science symposium

FOURTY-one final year students presented their research projects at the Papua New Guinea  Divine Word University information systems and mathematics and computing science symposium last Friday.
The theme was “Transformation through collaborative learning and knowledge creation in the global network of mathematics and informatics in the digital age”.
The projects were based on issues identified by the students in mathematics, computing science and information system while engaged with government organisations, non-government organisations and institutions.
Samuel Yapir, a final year Bachelor of Information Systems Management student, presented his project titled “Leave fare management system for New Ireland province”.
Yapir worked during the holiday with the New Ireland Education Division where teachers were complaining about how their leave fare was not handled accurately, costing time and money, especially those in remote areas, to travel to town and back.
The system he developed would enable staff at the provincial education office to enter information into the database which will see teachers in remote islands of New Ireland follow up on the progress of the leave fare processing via an android mobile phone. He urged the provincial education division to use the system.

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Digicel brings back DTOK smartphones


Monday, October 15, 2018

Digicel brings back DTOK smartphones

Digicel brings back DTOK smartphones

DIGICEL has announce the return of the DTOK 4G LTE smartphone, with the best offer in town.
Digicel customers upon purchase of a DTOK 4G LTE smartphone will receive 20GB free data to surf the web, update status on Facebook and share photos and videos on
WhatsApp, plus unlimited free talk.
The DTOK has hit the shelves for K199 at all Digicel stores nationwide.
The DTOK was first introduced in November last year and has been loved by all smartphone users, both old and young.
“This is a very unique smartphone for those who are consistently on social media,” said Digicel PNG senior vice-president and chief sales officer Lorna McPherson.
“It’s affordable at K199 and it has all the features you would get in a high-end smartphone.
“It’s a 4G smartphone which means is very fast and you can download or upload photos and videos within minutes.”
The DTOK is 4G enabled, has an 8MB pixel camera, a wide screen, lthe atest Android OS operating system, and SD card slot should you need extra storage.
Digicel also has its latest feature phone, the Wowi, currently in the market K39.

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Satellite facility a chance to boost internet services in PNG


Saturday, October 13, 2018

How to check Digicel Mobile Phone Data Balance

How to check Digicel Mobile Phone Data Balance

Digicel offers four (4) different ways to check balance of credits and data. Your balance is the amount of credit available in your account to be used. If you have purchased a data plan, you can also find the amount of data (in MB or GB) available in your account.

The four methods are listed below.

  1. Online (Go to digicel's official website )
  2. Dial *130# - (1tok bundles, Data bundles, Promotional bundles)
  3. Dial *120#
  4. MyDigicel App  
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