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M-PAiSA can now be used for payments of flights, excess baggage and other services offered by Fiji Airways and Fiji Link

M-PAiSA can now be used for payments of flights, excess baggage and other services offered by Fiji Airways and Fiji Link

By Timoci Qaranivalu
Monday 29/10/2018

Good news for people travelling overseas or within the country as they can now use M-PAiSA to pay for their flights, excess baggage and other services offered by Fiji Airways and Fiji Link.

Fiji Airways has partnered up with Vodafone Fiji to offer new payment methods for their costumers through M-PAiSA.

Fiji Airways Managing Director and CEO, Andre Viljoen stated that with this method, customers will no longer have to queue at banks or their sales office.

Meanwhile Vodafone’s Head of eCommerce, Shailendra Prasad says that this method is efficient and at most can take up to 10 minutes or less to use.

Prasad says that this could also boost the productivity of people as they wont need to leave the office to pay for the services offered by Fiji Airways or even their bills.

He also adds that there are over 500,000 registered individuals using M-PAiSA with over 75,000 active users.

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