To add insult to injury, The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) grossly overcharged hundreds of post paid customers. Some were charged tens of thousands of dollars in excess.
With $2 million already invested in the expansion of IP Solutions International (IPSI) into the Abaco market, the company reports that another $6 million will be necessary.
Police have arrested two employees of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation in connection with last week’s brazen daytime robbery of copper wire.
Men claiming to be workers for the Bahamas Electricity Corporation stole copper tuning bands from a ZNS transmission site knocking radio 1540AM off the air.
Cable & Wireless Communications remains “the only show in town” for BTC, a Guardian Businesssource has revealed, but no proposal for the telephone monopoly has yet been officially tabled.
TeleNetworks Broadband Solutions, a regional network solutions company based in Puerto Rico, is interested in expanding to the Bahamas.
Google has made it so you can make free local and long distance calls (to US and Canada), and cheap international calls from directly inside Gmail.
BTC customers suffered from a system-wide blackout of communication services due to a failure at the company’s Main Technical center on Poinciana Drive.
Cable Bahamas customers are not the only people who will have to help foot the bill for money-losing ZNS if its board gets its way.