BTC customers on New Providence and Grand Bahama can expect to have a 4G service by Christmas, according to manager’s union chief William Carroll.
Mr Carroll, head of the Bahamas Communications Public Managers Union (BCPMU), met with LIME executives on Friday where they shared tentative future plans.
The term ‘4G’ refers to the fourth generation of cellular wireless standards. The standards dictate peak speed requirements for mobile telecommunications.
BTC and LIME executives set off for Eleuthera today as they embark on a countrywide tour to meet with employees, sharing with them the company’s history.
BTC currently employs 1,173 workers throughout the country.