TELECOM Fiji Limited may extend its opening hours when it takes up tenancy at the country's first multiplex.
The company's group manager, David Eyre, made the comment yesterday as tfl signed up a tenancy agreement with Damodar Brothers for its $30million Damodar City Centre multiplex complex.
He said the two parties were negotiating tFL's opening hours given that the multiplex would be opened 24 hours.
Mr Eyre said the one-stop tFL and Connect shops, which were once located at Garden City would be convenient for customers to the multiplex complex amid the variety of amusement, entertainment and activities offered at the multiplex.
"Fiji, and in particular Suva City has adapted well with the Western influence, meeting the expectations of its patrons and offering more convenient shopping experience for customers.
"This is clearly evident with the gradual increase in shopping or city complexes," he said.
The tFL outlet at Damodar City Centre will offer services including customer care, bill payments, tFL shop products and a Connect cafe.
The multiplex, which will feature four of the country's biggest cinemas, along with restaurants, supermarkets and coffee shops, will cater for 64 tenants.
tFL is the fifth tenant to sign up with Damodar City Centre following Gloria Jean's Coffee shop, Victoria Wines, The Hot Bread Kitchen and Jade Beauty and Spa.