Bluesky Samoa marks double celebrations
Local telecommunications company Bluesky Samoa turned eight on Sunday with their anniversary also marking their national and overseas companies' merger completion into Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited of Fiji.
Bluesky Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tole’afoa Douglas Creevey spoke of Bluesky Samoa's achievements in an interview with the Samoa Observer.
“Bluesky Samoa had been blessed on the 31st of March eight years ago on taking over the Government’s Samoa Tel company and we are proud to celebrate its birthday this week," he said.
This week also marks the beginning of a new chapter for Bluesky, as the sale of the Group of Bluesky companies in American Samoa, Samoa and Cook Islands has been completed to Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Fiji.
The ATH Group of Companies comprises ATH, Telecom Fiji Limited, Vodafone Fiji Limited, FINTEL, Fiji Directories Limited, ATH Kiribati Limited and Datec (Fiji) Limited.
ATH is a public company listed on the South Pacific Stock Exchange and is Fiji’s principal telecommunications holding company, through its investments and provision of direct services in a broad range of telecommunications and related services, throughout the Fiji market. The Fiji National Provident Fund is the largest shareholder in ATH
Tole'afoa confirmed that their first board meeting with ATH Fiji will be convened at the end of the week, under the majority ownership of the Bluesky Group.
On the monetary and profit level, Bluesky Samoa is improving and developing, added Tole’afoa, in reference to their shareholding at the Unit Trust of Samoa (UTOS).
Tole’afoa said they are very proud to have had the recognition which also brought about changes within their business and staff in Bluesky Samoa.
“They have worked very tirelessly and very hard to support our customers. We also thank all of our customers for your loyalty and for all of your patronage over the past eight years”