Our Partners

Oceanic Communications Ltd (Oceanic/OCL) across the Pacific has entered into channel and long term supply arrangements through Master Services Agreements, contracts and distribution agreements with its customers, and suppliers. These include, mobile network operators, government organizations, and mobile and other CPE manufacturers and distributors. We have also established relationships with key donor and world funding agencies to develop and support mobile money and mobile banking initiatives  A cross section of our partners appears below  






1. Digicel Pacific Ltd

Digicel Group Limited, incorporating Digicel Pacific, has over 5500 staff supporting 13 million customers across 30 markets in the Caribbean, Central America and the Pacific. Digicel Pacific launched its first GSM network in Samoa in 2006. The company now offers the best value, best service and best network in six markets in the region; Fiji, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu.

Oceanic has a Master Services Agreement with Digicel to provide a full range of warehousing, logistics, distribution and electronic topup services in all its territories. Oceanic support their Digicel operations with warehouse and sales offices in each location, employing staff from the local communities. In 2011 Oceanic renewed this agreement with Digicel for a further 5 years.


3. Bluesky Cook Islands

On the 23rd of July,  Bluesky launched the Bluesky brand in the Cook Islands. Telecom Cook Islands Ltd trading as Bluesky Cook Islands introduced to customers the new logo and visual identity. Oceanic provides electronic distribution services at Bluesky outlets and merchants for a range of products including mobile airtime, international calling cards, wireless internet and Sky TV.

Without the need for an in country presence Oceanic has provided the electronic platform to support the airtime and payments services and worked with the training and sales teams to provide initial set up, on-going sales and service support.

4. Post PNG

PNG Government owned Post PNG is Papua New Guinea’s national postal service provider and has a comprehensive network of Post Offices and Agencies across the country. Post PNG launched mobileSMK, its mobile phone remittance service in August 2011.

Through a wholly owned subsidiary, Oceanic Mobile Transactions Limited (OMTL), Oceanic has entered into an agreement and partnership with Post PNG that will support merchants offering mobile money services. The partnership will leverage Oceanic’s channel and electronic top up capabilities as well as building on Oceanic’s experience and capability to manage geographically dispersed merchants.


5. Nationwide Micro Bank (NMB)

Nationwide Microbank has launched its MiCash Mobile Wallet in Papua New Guinea. The NMB  Mobile Wallet is quite unique as it is both a Bank account and a Mobile Wallet. Nationwide has a vision to extend its outreach and to  ‘bank the unbanked’ in PNG, and has won awards for its  innovative use of technology to register and manage customers

Already the largest microfinance institution in the South Pacific, with MiCash, Nationwide will further cement its position as the number one financial services provider for the grassroots in PNG.

Oceanic Mobile Transactions Limited (OMTL) is NMB’s channel partner managing the channel and channel liquidity for NMB in PNG

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