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Crowd flocks to sample new service

Salaseini Vosamana
Saturday, November 10, 2012

ONE of the country's leading providers of internet services has opened its doors in Labasa and it hopes to boost technological advancement in the area.

Yesterday, people from all walks of life thronged to witness the opening of Daltron shop at the heart of the northern town to see first-hand services that were on offer.

Chief guest and Tui Macuata Ratu Aisea Katonivere said the opening of the shop would also boost economic activities in the Northern Division.

He said access to internet services would be made easier for people and it would also help them in their line of work.

"Technology and internet services nowadays is much needed to help us in our work and with the help of Daltron, IT problems in the north will easily be solved," Ratu Aisea said.

Daltron's country manager Avinesh Krishna said they wanted their products and services to be available to all Fijians in the country.

"We understand technology is a key factor in this modern world and we want people in the north to enjoy best deals and great products in this inter-connected world," Mr Krishna said.

"The use of internet is ever-increasing and we have catered for this at a very affordable price," he said.

"We also appreciate government's vision in creating a modern Fiji for its people."

Mr Krishna said Daltron was committed to ensuring that we understood the market as they offered products and services from consumer to business customers, and also played the leadership role in bringing the latest technology to Fiji.





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