BSP, the Nation's largest Bank and leading bank in the Pacific has launched a new ATM at the Nasfund Building in Boroko in the NCD.
The installation of the new ATM is intended to meet local area demand for convenient ATM services. Hundreds of people visit this location everyday and having an ATM there will not only help the customers around that area but those who regularly wait for transport to Tubuserea, Gaire and Barakau.
The official launch took place at 2pm Wednesday 10th February and was attended by the CEO and Managing Director of BSP Mr. Ian Clyne, along with Mr. Ian Tarutia Joint CEO of Nasfund.
BSP launched the new PNG Kundu design ATMs in June last year. Screens offer both Pidgin and English language options and are also able to produce mini statements for BSP customers.
The launch of the new BSP ATM now increases BSP ATMs to over 150 ATMs throughout PNG. This is the largest network in the country, and is further supported by more than 2,200 EFTPOS devices.
The new BSP ATMs and EFTPOS devices are also heading to other areas of our South Pacific branches, with 42 ATMs and EFTPOS devices already installed in Fiji. A further 40 ATMs are already on their way to Fiji with BSP's recent acquisition of the Colonial National Bank there. Installation of ATMs and EFTPOS devices are also underway at BSP in the Solomon Islands.