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Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited

Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited (ATH) was incorporated in 1998 as part of the Fiji government's Telecommunications sector privatization efforts. With the sale of strategic stakes to the Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF), ATH began operations in 1998. Over time, FNPF increased its control, while the government's shareholding reduced. In 2002, the government sold additional shares through private placement and a public offer. Currently, the FNPF holds the largest stake at 72.25%, and the government remains a significant shareholder with 17.29% interest in ATH.

ATH Provides telecommunication services in Fiji and enhances the network of telecommunications, development of internet services, FinTech solutions and provision of computer hardware and software with technical support services through its subsidiaries; Telecom Fiji, Vodafone, FINTEL, Fiji Directories and Datec (Fiji) Pte Ltd. In previous years, the ATH Group has also expanded its footprint in the region, acquiring companies in Vanuatu, Kiribati, Samoa, American Samoa, Cook Islands and most recently constructing a greenfield mobile telecommunications network in Papua New Guinea.

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Telecommunications Products and Services

We offer a wide range of Telecommunications solutions, including fixed line and mobile services, customer premises equipment, global connectivity, and international infrastructure.

Internet and Data Solutions

We offer high-speed internet connectivity and a wide range of data-related services and solutions.

Prepaid Services and Transaction Management

Our services include the marketing and sale of prepaid services, along with efficient transaction management systems.

Directory Services and Business Processing Outsourcing (BPO)

We provide comprehensive directory services and offer BPO solutions, including call center services.

ATH Strategic Position


Global ICT Presence

At ATH, our unwavering dedication is to become a leading ICT company in the Pacific, renowned for its international competitiveness.

Strategic Pursuits

Our mission is centered on enhancing shareholder value through strategic business pursuits that capitalize on our core investments in ICT.

Ethical Excellence

Embracing integrity, accountability, innovation, efficiency, and effectiveness, we deliver exceptional solutions, driving digital advancement.


Our Services

Through its investments and provision of direct services in a broad range of telecommunications and related services, ATH is Fiji’s main telecommunications holding Company. The Company first extended its footprint in the region with its acquisitions in Kiribati and Vanuatu, followed by the acquisition of the Bluesky Group and its operations in Samoa, American Samoa and the Cook Islands on 22 February 2019, together with the acquisition of the Digitec Group in Papua New Guinea, on 4 June 2019. The principal activities of the ATH Group include the provision of:

  • Voice, internet and data related services;
  • Business communications solutions
  • ICT and surveillance products
  • Transaction management and prepaid services
  • Directory information services
  • Business Processing Outsourcing (BPO)
  • Call centre services
  • International telecommunications facilities

Corporate Governance

Amalgamated Telecom Holdings reviewed and revised its Code of Corporate Governance Principles in 2010 to ensure that it adheres to best practice in corporate governance. The revision includes incorporation of new policies that promote zero tolerance towards money laundering, corruption, discrimination, and harassment (based on sex, race, nationality, age, religion, disability, educational background, marital status or other similar identifying characteristics). Furthermore a policy on protection for whistleblowers was adopted to ensure that those making reports were not victimised or treated unfairly.

As The Leading Telecommunications Provider

ATH Strategic Position

Incorporated in 1998 as part of Fiji Government's public sector reform program, Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited (ATH) emerged as the umbrella organization consolidating telecommunications investments. Over the years, ATH's shareholder structure underwent a transformation, from the government's majority ownership to strategic divestments and acquisitions involving institutional and individual investors. This evolution has played a pivotal role in shaping ATH's growth and market presence, reflecting a dynamic journey in Fiji's telecommunications sector.

  • FNPF Ownership

    As the dominant superannuation fund in Fiji, FNPF currently holds 72.25% of the issued capital of ATH. Established in August 1966 under the FNPF Act, FNPF's primary objective is to provide financial security to all workers in Fiji upon retirement. With over $2.3 billion of funds under management, FNPF is the largest single source of long-term funds in Fiji.

  • Government Shareholding

    The Fiji Government initially held a 51% stake in ATH when it was incorporated in 1998. Over the years, the government gradually reduced its ownership through various divestment measures, including private placements and public offers. As of May 2021, the government's shareholding stood at 15.25%, making it the second-largest shareholder in the company.

  • Institutional Investors

    In February 2002, as part of a private placement, ATH sold 9.7% of its shares to institutional investors, including FNPF. This move diversified the shareholder base and brought in additional capital for the company's development.

  • Other Institutional Investors

    Apart from FNPF and the Fiji Government, the remaining 12.05% of ATH's shares are held by 1,480 individual shareholders. These individuals likely include retail investors, employees, and other stakeholders who have invested in the company.