BSP Delivers at National Level
– SMS Alert
All workers with salaries or wages being deposited into their personal bank accounts with BSP are receiving an alert on their registered mobiles as and when their pay hits their accounts. The service known as BSP’s SMS alert service is delivered to any registered user Fiji-wide much to the pleasure of its recipients. Since the Bank introduced this service two years ago, the number of registered users has grown significantly. Customers appreciate the peace of mind enjoyed once they receive that simple text confirming that their pay is safely in their BSP accounts without having to leave the workplace or place any call to the Bank. As the largest retail bank in Fiji, BSP takes pride in delivering to the needs of salary and wage earners across the country. A worker receives only one notification for each salary deposit into their personal bank account for a minimal fee of $0.30. This service has been well received by customers who would otherwise have to take time and spend more to visit the ATM or any BSP branch. Alternatively, customers can text BAL and send to 277 to check their balances or log in to BSP Online Banking to confirm the salary deposit by viewing transaction history. BSP SMS Alert service is delivered to all BSP accounts receiving salary deposits. To enjoy this benefit, please open a BSP salary account at your nearest BSP branch. Call our 24hour Customer Care Centre on 132 888 for details.
The BSP Family together with the Minister for Fisheries Semi Korolavesau together after a clean up campaign at Vunibau Village, Navua.
As part of the cleanup, BSP staff also sorted and weighed rubbish as part of an audit that was a first of its kind in the division.
BSP Suva Central team assist the Naitasiri Secondary School community with building its pigpen and chicken coup for a sustainable food supply program.
BSP GMHR Howard Politini officially opens the Naitasiri Sec School pig pen and chicken coop sponsored by BSP Suva Central Branch
The children of Vunibau joined the clean up campaign
BSP continually strives to uphold its long standing commitment to being a socially responsible corporate citizen. Since entering Fiji in 2010, the BSP Group has invested over $5M back into the community through sponsorships and projects that help improve the standard of living for all Fijians. Refer below: