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DST unveils latest offerings

Datastream Digital (DST) has revealed its first-ever fixed broadband service, Infinity, as well as revised prepaid and postpaid plans – Easi, Freedom and Mobi. These products and services were introduced by DST Chief Executive Officer Radin Sufri Radin Basiuni in a ceremony held at The Empire Brunei. “For the last 24 years, we have connected…

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Create your own package with imagine’s mobile plans

Imagine has officially joined the mobile telecommunication bandwagon with the introduction of its newest postpaid plan, which gives customers the freedom to create their own packages. The telco’s latest offerings came in four basic packages. The cheapest base starts at $35 monthly and has 8GB of data, with ‘boosters’ that include text, talk-times and extra…

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imagine revamps broadband packages

The newly rebranded telco imagine has revised its broadband plans to allow better speed and value for its existing customers and potential new subscribers. Through the ‘Dream Broadband’, members of the public can now choose from 10 data options with various speed and quotas. Six of them were data-based, with the cheapest being a 20mpbs…

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Home-grown Seolhyang strawberries set for local market

Brunei-grown Seolhyang strawberries may soon be available in supermarkets near you as South Korean – Brunei joint venture Berry Good prepares for commercialisation by this year, following the near completion of its research and development phase. The Seolhyang strawberry is a variety that was developed in South Korea, producing fruits that are bigger, sweeter and…

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New offerings from 3 telcos starting January 24

Brunei’s telecommunication firms – Datastream Digital, imagine and Progresif – will be rolling out their new offerings starting this Friday. Their mobile and fixed offerings will also include number portability, a feature that allows users to change service providers while keeping their existing numbers. Authority for Info-communications Technology Industry (AITI) in its latest statement said…

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Sustainability, inclusivity vital to ecotourism sites

Ecotourism became a major talking point during the 23rd Meeting of ASEAN Tourism Ministers held in conjunction with ASEAN Tourism Forum 2020 (ATF) recently, with ASEAN tourism ministers championing for more sustainable, responsible and inclusive tourism. During the ASEAN Tourism Ministers press conference held at the Indera Samudra Grand Hall, The Empire Brunei, Brunei’s Minister…

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PJSC partners with Japanese healthcare centres

Pantai Jerudong Specialist Centre (PJSC) recently signed an agreement with Southern TOHOKU Hospital Group (STHG) of Japan at the Ministry of Finance and Economy in Jalan Menteri Besar. In a press statement from PJSC, it said that the partnership will support the centre in achieving health-related targets, advance value-based innovation where possible and enhance the…

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CF King partners with e-commerce site Weelago

ASUS premium partner in Brunei CF King is looking to build an online presence in the sultanate through its newly established collaboration with local e-commerce vendor Weelago. The partnership which was made official at the 24th edition of the Consumer Fair sees CF King listing its products on Weelago’s online platform, hoping that the avenue…

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Crown Prince opens 39th ASEAN Tourism Forum

Brunei recently hosted the 39th ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) and Travel Exchange (TRAVEX), the world’s largest ASEAN destination, product and services showcase, accommodating some 1000 delegates from across the region. The opening ceremony that took place at The Empire Brunei was graced by His Royal Highness Prince Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah ibni His Majesty Sultan Haji…

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