New BSP ATMs in Pom, Lihir

Business, Main Stories

The National – Friday, July 1, 2011

TWO more Bank South Pacific automatic teller machines (ATMS) were commissioned yesterday in Port Moresby and Lihir Island, bringing to 189 the number of units in operation across the country.
BSP intends to launch 61 more machines to complete the 250 units targeted by year’s end.
In Port Moresby, customers at the Vision City Mega Mall now have three ATMs as BSP’s response to the demand for more banking services.
The machine was launched by BSP’s relationship manager, wholesale banking (commercial) Royce Goh and Vision City Mall manager Christopher Barraclough.
Until yesterday, BSP had two ATMs and an information kiosk at the mall.
On Lihir Island, branch manager Robinson Panako officiated at the opening of a new machine and stressed the bank’s commitment to providing a convenient banking service to the people of Lihir.
BSP recently extended operating hours at  several ATM locations.
Sites currently with 24/7 ATM access are: Port Moresby, Boroko, Waigani banking centre, Tabubil, Buka, Lae Top Town, Lae Commercial, Kokopo, Kavieng, Lihir, Mt Hagen, Alotau and Rabaul. 
The following sites will soon have 24-hour, seven-day access: Motukea, Waigani drive, Mendi, Madang, Moro, Kimbe, Kundiawa and Goroka.
BSP branch ATMs in Kainantu, Kiunga, Lae Market, Wewak, Pogera, Wabag and Lorgengau will have extended trading hours to 9pm from normal closing at 6pm.