The ATM was launched today by BSP's Group Chief Executive Officer Ian B Clyne who said "roll-out is part of the bank's commitment to making banking easier, convenient and accessible for its customers."
Mr. Clyne thanked the Grand Papua Hotel Management for allowing BSP to install an ATM at its premises to serve its customers. "This is the first black ATM in Papua New Guinea and is suited to complement the branding requirements of the 5 star Hotel, we are a bank that understands the needs of our customers and we tailor our products to suit those needs," Mr. Clyne added.
BSP is planning to launch a massive of 13 new ATMs at several other locations Nation-wide in the coming month of July.
BSP customers can use an ATM to check balances, withdraw cash, get phone credits, obtain mini-statements, transfer funds and even change their PIN numbers among others.
Grand Papua Hotel General Manager Alex Wilson thanked BSP for providing the service and said "the Hotel which was opened in November last year has 161 Rooms of which there are 51 Apartments and 4 Executive Suites at the 16th Floor. We are pleased that our customers will now conveniently access funds for their use."
BSP has more ATMs (235+) EFTPOS facilities (5,700+) and other Electronic Channels than other banks and is encouraging its customers to use them because they are cheap, convenient and easy.
Caption: 1. BSP's Group Chief Executive Officer Ian B Clyne looking on while Grand Papua Hotel General Manager Alex Wilson cuts the ribbon to officially launch the first black ATM