Unions of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) claimed that Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) is already not “abiding by legally binding contracts”
Disingenuous, dastardly, hypocritical and less than honorable are the nicest words I can find to describe the comedic utterances of Her Majesty’s loyal opposition in respect of the sale of BTC to CWC.
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s complaints of ‘heavy handed’ regulation have been dismissed by the sector regulator as “self-serving and not in the interest of competition”
This report provides an overview of the Caribbean’s telecom sector accompanied by relevant statistics and a brief profile of the major players.
BTC customers on New Providence and Grand Bahama can look forward to 4G service by the end of the year.
In addition to delivering on all they and the government promised in the months and weeks leading up to the recent controversial closing of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) privatization process, they must convince hundreds of BTC workers that CWC is not the enemy.
The completion of this transaction marks the beginning of a new era for BTC.
Cable & Wireless Communications today announces that all conditions and requisite approvals to purchase a 51% stake in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) have been satisfied and obtained.
“We never lost sight of our commitment to improve the delivery of telecommunications services to the Bahamian public; a commitment first made by my government in 1992,” Prime Minister Ingraham said.