We are pleased to announce that from Friday 1st April Digicel will take over the operations of Sky Pacific. We are excited about this milestone and we would therefore inform you about some important changes.
The start of this is the introduction of two new channels in April - TVWAN and TVWAN Sports. The inclusion of TVWAN Sports means that viewers will now be able to enjoy even more high quality sports events 24 hours a day. The other channel, TVWAN will have a range of regional and international news, some popular TV soap operas and drama serials and plenty of other great programs. This channel will also include lifestyle and business stories from the Pacific.
For the many rugby fans across Fiji and the Pacific, the entire 2016 Super Rugby tournament and the Rugby Championship will be screened live on the Super Channel. For the ever- popular World Rugby 7s Series, all games from the Hong Kong 7s, Singapore 7s, London 7s and Paris 7s will also be screened live on the Super Channel.
Another important change relates to the broadcast of Fiji One on Sky Pacific. In order to comply with Section 42a of the Media Industry Development Decree 2010, Digicel is required to remove all local content from the Sky programming when we take over operations. Regrettably, this means Fiji One and the Pacific Channel will be removed from the Sky Pacific service from April 1, 2016.
Digicel would like to advise that all existing payment channels remain the same and in addition all Digicel stores will now accept Sky Pacific payments from 1st April.
We plan to update you again over the coming weeks about several more exciting changes that we are sure will be very popular for customers of Sky Pacific.
CEO, Digicel Fiji
Sky Pacific Customer Care
Main Line: (+679) 330 7510