REVOICE, the new fixed line telephone service to be launched by Cable Bahamas at the end of the month, will give consumers a choice and introduce serious competition to the market.
A San Francisco-area transit agency that blocked cellphone service to four downtown stations is receiving criticism from two groups that you usually do not see on the same side of issues.
On the heels of launching EZTop-Up, an expanded distribution network for adding cell phone airtime, BTC today unveiled the first phase of a promised $1 million in promotions, Mad Mondays, adding value to every minute of cell phone air time purchased on Mondays.
The Bahamas Telecommunications company aims to eliminate phone cards by 2014, which is expected to increase efficiency and place BTC in line with international practices.
Cable Bahamas plans to offer high-quality IP telephone service starting in August. This will present another option to BTC’s Vibe service.
BTC is giving an average of $100,000 in the first round of voluntary employee separation packages.
Bahamas Telecommunication Company has had to respond to allegations that they are trying to eliminate street vendors, but BTC says all they are trying to do is benefit the consumer.
Removal of island-to-island mobile long distance fees and addition of ‘call and text your way’ feature came just in time for Independence Celebrations.
Appellate court judge Christopher Blackman is being accused of bias and conflict of interest in a writ filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of unions that sought to block the sale of BTC to Cable and Wireless Communications.