Reduced Internet Internet Price attracts thousands of new Subscribers to Telikom-Bmobile

MORE than 8,000 people in Kokopo and Rabaul, East New Britain, have bought and registered bmobile and Telikom subscriber identification module (SIM) cards following their reduced internet rates.
Territory sales executive Morgan Pove said all SIM cards bought were registered and were activated.
The promotion started last Tuesday.
Speaking during the announcement of the reduced internet rates for the two companies earlier this month, Communication, Information and Energy Minister Rainbo Paita said the initiative formed the foundation of the Government’s plan to offer better services to the citizens across the range of departments.
He said internet costs in the country had been costly as expressed in the gross national income (GNI) per capita and this was the first step in improving this situation.
“This unique nation-building initiative will help transform our economy ultimately creating new businesses along with thousands of new jobs,” Paita said.
“It will help parents to afford internet for better and easier communication with their families, provide additional avenues for children and enable schools to provide connectivity for students – the future of PNG.”
Kumul Telikom Holdings Ltd subsidiary Telikom PNG reduced its internet rates on July 1 followed by bmobile on July 3. Rates: Telikom – 1 gigabyte (GB) for one day at K7; 2GB for seven days at K10; 20GB for 30 days at K95; 50GB for 30 days at K230; 100GB for 30 days at K450 and 200GB for 30 days at K875. bmobile – 500 megabytes (MB) for one day at K3; 1 gigabyte (GB) for three days at K6; 2GB for seven days at K12; 10GB for 30 days at K55; 20GB for 30 days at K110 and 30GB for 30 days at K150.

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