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GTT facilitates help for those in hurricane-ravaged Bahamas

The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) says it is making it easy and possible to assist with hurricane relief efforts in The Bahamas. “GTT appreciates that we a part of a wider Caribbean – and that when our regional neighbors need help, we must do what we can, with what we have, to offer assistance,” said Justin Nedd, GTT’s ...

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GTT awards bursaries to 11 grade sixers

The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) says it has awarded 11 bursaries to children of its employees who performed exceptionally well at this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA). “It is a great honour to give back to our employees and their children. I encourage you all to continue doing your best to maintain good grades,” GTT’s Director of ...

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Mobile Money scam report increases; customers advised to stay alert and secure PINs

The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) on Friday reported a hike in scamming reports from customers in the Mobile Money Department. In light of the increasing reports of scams, the telephone company’s Vice President of Customer Experience at GTT, Orson Ferguson says several measures have been taken to encourage customers to stay alert of fraudsters. He explained since the ...

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GTT sets up oil and gas “big data” unit

The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) has established an oil and gas unit that is serving oil companies in the secure transmission of data through its submarine fibre optic cable, the company’s Chief Executive Officer Justin Nedd said. “I can tell you we have an oil and gas unit that deals with the folks onshore,” he told a midday ...

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GTT, gov’t agree to discuss “all outstanding issues” for liberalisation of telecoms sector

The Guyana government and the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company have inked a memorandum of understanding for the government’s planned liberalisation of the telecommunications market, but no date has been set for this to be realised. “The MOU, while non-binding, represents a major step toward fully liberalizing Guyana’s telecommunications market. The parties have further agreed to continue discussions on all ...

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