Link to Fiji's National Broadband Policy announced by the Government in October 2011.
Connect, which holds substantial market power in internet services in Fiji recently announced new packages for residential and business broadband subscribers. The ISP which is subsidiary of Fiji's monopoly fixed-line telecommunications provider Telecom Fiji has set unfair conditions for consumers one of which is automatically moving customers to the new packages and removing their free Connect email address. This is the first press release on the matter issued by the Consumer Council of Fiji.
To: English Wikipedia Readers and Community
From: Sue Gardner, Wikimedia Foundation Executive Director
Date: January 16, 2011
The Consumer Council of Fiji is being recognized by Fiji's telecommunications regulator - Telecommunications Authority of Fiji (TAF). The Council is now a full member of the TAF's Numbering Industry Working Group (NIWG) which is a consultative body in regards to the allocation of numbers and codes for telecommunications providers, that includes internet service providers.