TELECOM Fiji Limited and Connect customers can now pay their bills through M-PAiSA.
This followed an agreement between the three Amalgamated Telecom Holdings subsidiaries.
"We are continuously looking at new and easier ways for customers to pay their bills and to conduct business," ATH and TFL acting chief executive officer Ivan Fong said.
"Today, we have broadened their bill payment options. For us at TFL, customers now have five bill payment options face-to-face at any of our Customer Care Centres around the country, payment at any Post Fiji outlet, online bill payments through ATM's and now through M-PAiSA.
"In Fiji, because of the geographic spread and lack of economies of scale, providing banking and financial services to the remote parts of Fiji has always been a challenge. Without financial services, economic activity in the remote rural areas has been limited to subsistence levels.
"This strategic partnership will facilitate entrepreneurship in the rural areas. What was once limited only to city dwellers, will now be accessible to our rural communities and this has been part of TFL's business objectives, to bridge the digital divide," Mr Fong said.