Kumul Telikom Holdings opened the KTH Business Centre at Waterfront yesterday. The Waterfront Business Centre is significant for Kumul Telikom as it will cater to customers around Downtown, Konedobu, Badili and Motukea areas.
The Business Centre will sell all Kumul Telikom Products/Services including bill payments and attend to general enquiries.
Speaking at the opening, KTH Acting CEO, Mr Xavier Victor, stated that the business centre is a milestone achievement for KTH and is convenient for customers as it operates after normal business hours as well.
“Customers may come here to pay their bills for the services we provide and for general enquiries as well,” Mr Victor stated.
Board Director for Kumul Telikom, Mr Kili Tambua, who was the keynote speaker at the opening stated that customers are an important stakeholder in any business. KTH has realigned its business structure and as part of this realignment, Telikom will be taking care of the core business services.
“The main objective of doing that is to improve customer service, reduce cost duplication and removing internal competition. We are looking forward to a greater future,” Mr Tambua stated.
In terms of Top-ups, the Business Centre will be selling EVC and Paycom which is the electronic top-up system.
The Waterfront Business Centre is the first step towards Kumul Telikom’s Business Model of a “Shop within a Shop” which they intend to extend into other centres in PNG. The Business Centre will be “cashless” accepting EFTPOS and cheque payments only.
Monday – Saturday
8:30am – 6:30pm
9:00am – 3:00pm