Fiji's postal and telecommunications services could be disrupted or halted next month if some 1,200 workers go on strike.
The Fiji Times reports members of the Fiji Post and Telecom Employees Association are threatening to strike over unresolved salary issues.
The union says the quasi-government agency offered tiered wage hikes of between 1 and 3 percent per year.
The union believes its workers are entitled to a 5.8 percent salary increase.
Pacific Magazine online says a strike vote will be taken January 19 to 23.
If a majority of union members approve a strike, the action could range from a cessation or work to rolling strikes.