Cable Bahamas Limited has officially launched their new telephone voice service – Revoice – which they call “the voice alternative for the Bahamas.”
BTC/LIME has partnered with F-Secure to offer customers enhanced Internet security, online backup and content sharing services for PCs and Macs.
In response to the demonstration in front of BTC Headquarters, CEO Geoff Houston indicated that he remains optimistic that they will continue to work with the union to “shape a way forward” to benefit all stakeholders.
Scotiabank customers in The Bahamas will soon be able to conveniently bank-on-the-go with the new Scotia Mobile App for Blackberry and iPhone.
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company has unveiled plans to roll out a 4G network at least four months earlier than previously planned.
BTC aims to build a wireless infrastructure enabling Bahamians and local businesses to participate in the communication revolution taking place globally.
BTC officials in Exuma today said teams were working seven days a week to complete post-hurricane repairs and expected fixed line and internet service on the mainland and surrounding cays to be “fully restored ” in less than two weeks.
BTC announced extensive relief efforts towards rebuilding The Bahamas following the devastation caused by Hurricane Irene, pledging $250,000 to support the relief and restoration efforts and up to $1.9 million in free mobile and landline credit targeted mainly at customers in the hardest hit islands.
For 30 days BTC pre-paid customers can make as many free nationwide calls at night as they want so long as they make eight paid calls during regular hours.