Khanna was at the opening of the company’s flagship store in Top Town, Lae, located at the Post PNG building complex on Third Street.
Khanna described the opening as a “big moment” for the company, that was until 2014, struggling to compete with rival Digicel.
He said the company recently launched a new store in Port Moresby’s Vision City.
“In July 2014, we started a strategic partnership with Vodafone in getting the best practices from them in terms of getting the handsets today on global pricing,” he said.
“We’ve put in a lot of money into growth and expansion of our services.
“In the last 18 months we continue to grow.
“Every month we continue to grow and expand by adding more towers in various provinces and major cities.
“We are also reaching out to the rural areas. Port Moresby, Lae, Mt Hagen, Goroka, Kainantu, Manus, Buka, Alotau – all these places we have our towers.
“If you drive from Lae to Mt Hagen, you can subscribe on one of our bundles and keep on talking.
“We are not only selling handsets and other gadgets but also airtime and other bundles for customers to subscribe.”