TELECOM Fiji Limited, having operated the e-ticketing consoles in the Central-Eastern areas, is now implementing the service in the Northern Division.
Fourteen schools from Savusavu to Natovi will begin with the new system next Monday.
Maria Bureso, project manager of TransTel, the company facilitating this electronic system, said the roll-out in the north was ahead of schedule.
"This is part of TFL's strategy to address its delivery of the service, given government's expectation for the e-ticketing solution to be available Fiji wide by the end of November to the farther areas first," Ms Bureso said.
"The bus cards are being distributed to schools and students in the Savusavu area."
She said there were fewer bus companies and buses in the north, hence the decision to start and finish early before they reverted to Viti Levu.
TFL teams currently maintain telecommunications systems form Nabouwalu to Seaqaqa, Labasa, Napuka and to Savusavu.
She said the teams were capable of responding to any call immediately.
"It's important that these schools start now given their isolation," Ms Bureso said.
She said e-ticketing solutions were more than the consoles in the bus and the implementation was overwhelming without any teething problem.