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VBTC and Digicel Partner, Milestone reached 

TechInPacific – Vanuatu makes its first major partnership, the first in the country’s history, by integrating its television channel to Digicel customer’s mobile devices.

The Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation will import Television Blong Vanuatu (TBV) and its radio stations such as Radio Vanuatu, Paradise 98FM, and Femme Pawa 99FM to Digicel’s two apps. The channel can be accessed from Digicel’s PlayGO, while the radio stations can be tuned in from Digicel’s GoLoud.

Digicel Vanuatu CEO, Deepak Khanna, commented; “Digicel delivers innovative technologies that improves the lives for its customers. As the leading digital operator in the market and a global communications provider, Digicel are delighted to be partnering with Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation in this venture in providing consumers direct access to TV and radio content on their phones.

“Customers simply have to opt-in to a Prime Awesome plan to listen to and watch their favorite content from anywhere in Vanuatu.”

VBTC CEO, Mr. Francis Herman, said; “After months of planning and testing, we are thrilled with the outcome of our platforms integration and thank Digicel for their collaborative approach in bringing our news and entertainment broadcasts direct to people’s phones.”


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