Internet & Phone Service while on a Fiji Island Vacation

September 27, 2011 · Print This Article

I have Clients asking about internet & phone service while vacationing in Fiji. I remind them that once they travel to an island the size of a postage stamp in the middle of the Pacific Ocean where the locals still use smoke signals and loli drums to communicate, their phone card just might not work.

Having said that, I have been told the best internet solution would be to purchase a local pre paid Flashnet from a Vodafone shop at the Nadi Airport or on the mainland. These are relatively inexpensive and the cost is currently from F$39 (plus the recharge cost). Vodafone currently has a shop at the airport, right beside the ANZ bank as you come through the arrivals door.

You may be able to purchase a Flashnet online so that the airport branch will have one ready for you upon arrival into the country, so all you will be required to do is register on collection. The Flashnet can be plugged into your laptop to connect to the Internet and can be used in many places. For further details, you may wish to visit their web site at:

For more information on travel to the Fiji Islands, call 800 644-6659

or email

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