The Bahamas Telecommunications Company has signed six of the country’s current and future Olympians to endorsement deals.
A crowd of hundreds representing the country’s two largest unions, stormed the Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s (BTC) headquarters demanding the reinstatement of a fired employee.
The Bahamas Government is absolutely right to want Bahamians to own a larger share of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), but their approach is wrong-headed and will cost this country in cash, in economic competitiveness and in reputation.
Yesterday, the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) began offering its customers Apple iPhones with an annual data plan that includes voice, data and text.
A third party could possibly take a minor stake in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) effectively returning the company to majority Bahamian ownership.
The Nassau Guardian reports that the Bahamas telecoms watchdog the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) has launched an investigation into an alleged decrease in quality of service offered by the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC).
BTC will make local retail history by offering customers Apple iPhones complete with an annual plan that includes voice, data and text.
BTC plans to spend over $60 million to upgrade landline service in a bid to win loyalty from business and residential users and to create the nation’s fastest internet service.
Data usage amongst Bahamas Telecommunications Company customers has skyrocketed due to the company’s $42.8 million mobile network upgrade.