Analysis: is phone data getting cheaper in Papua New Guinea?

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There has been much enthusiasm about new undersea internet cables in Papua New Guinea and predicted improvements in internet pricing, but is there a real change? Amanda H A Watson, Picky Airi and Moses Sakai analyse the changes in pricing for the first half of the year.

Cashless conversion: Papua New Guinea gets ready for an ecommerce revolution

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The Coral Sea Cable has landed and the pandemic has forced more businesses to go online, so has ecommerce’s time finally come in PNG? Business Advantage PNG’s latest business briefing asks some of the experts.

Are satellites the future of affordable internet in Papua New Guinea?

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Kacific Broadband Satellites Group has the potential to transform Papua New Guinea by delivering reliable internet connectivity to people in remote and rural areas. Here’s how.

Phone wars: Bmobile ready to take on the competition, says CEO

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With lower prices, and more investment in customer service and infrastructure, state-owned telco Bmobile says it is ‘competition ready’ in the face of a dominant existing market leader and a new competitor due later this year.

Three reforms needed for the ‘digitalisation’ of Papua New Guinea [opinion]

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PwC’s Mohammad Chowdhury and Jonathan Seeto argue PNG needs three critical market reforms if it wants to make the most of its new telecommunications infrastructure.

Hack-proofing Papua New Guinea: the new cybersecurity challenge

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As Papua New Guinea catches up in its adoption of digital technologies, there is an urgent need to improve cybersecurity. According to Alberto Cimas, Senior Manager in Deloitte’s Risk and Consulting Practice in PNG, the first step is to understand how easy it is to hack a computer system

Papua New Guinea set for e-government revolution

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The first phase of the Papua New Guinea Government’s new ‘State-in-a-Phone’ project aims to give citizens access to an online government information portal before the end of the year. There will also be benefits for business.

Boardroom briefing: Dumb Things, nostalgia bad for business, and lateral phishing

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The dumb things we do, thinking that the past is always better could be terrible for your business, and the dangers of lateral phishing. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.

Digicel Pacific’s Khafra Kambon on supporting technological development in Papua New Guinea

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Khafra Kambon, Commercial Director at Digicel Pacific, will be speaking at Innovation PNG 2019 in Port Moresby on 8 November. In this exclusive interview with Business Advantage PNG, he talks about connectivity challenges, infrastructure and Papua New Guinea’s digital future.

Boardroom Briefing: Funding the digital divide, how to delegate, and dealing with workplace boredom

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Media companies getting a free ride on the internet,  more top tips on delegating, and tackling workplace boredom. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.