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101 ATMS for better and easier service

Salome Waqaliti
Monday, November 26, 2012

Fiji's Banking customers now get more from BSP's ATM Network. BSP has recently installed a new ATM machine in one of Nadi's fastest growing residential areas, Votualevu. This brings the total number of BSP ATMs to 101 and they are located at strategic points across the country. BSP Country Manager, Mr Kevin McCarthy confirmed that the decision was made in light of the immense progress being made in the area also matched with a growing population. "We are pleased to be able to assist residents of Votualevu by offering a cash withdrawal facility that's closer to their homes and neighbourhood shopping centre," said Mr McCarthy. "These efforts are supported well by our merchant partners who include U Save Supermarket in Votualevu."

Recently, BSP acquired the use of world renowned UnionPay bank cards at BSP ATMs and is a timely attraction for Chinese tourists entering the country. "Our ATM network is meeting the demand of all banking customers throughout Fiji and where other bank customers need our ATMs to access cash, we've been there," said Mr McCarthy. In the New Year, BSP is scheduled to roll out even more ATMs to boost presence in the market and further alleviate the great demand for easily accessible cash.

To find out where these ATMs are located please log on to www.bsp.com.fj .

Those businesses wishing to work with BSP in an effort to put out more ATMs and EFTPOS terminals can call our Customer Care Consultants on 132 888.





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