Latest Telecoms News about Trinidad And Tobago

Harris Awarded $31 Million Critical Communications System Contract

  Harris says that it has been awarded a US$31 million contract for a Public Safety Access Point (PSAP) and 800 MHz P25 (Project 25) trunked radio system for the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. ...

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Digicel Denied Permission to Appeal Against Trinidad Dispute

  The English Court of Appeal recently dismissed an application by Digicel for permission to appeal against a decision that it could not claim compensation from Trinidad and Tobago based mobile network, TSTT for delays in setting up an interconnection between their two networks....

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Huawei Deploys WiMAX Network in Trinidad and Tobago

  Huawei has announced that Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) has launched the Caribbean's largest commercial WiMAX network....

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Digicel Group Records Total Customer Numbers of 7.1 Million

  Digicel has reported that its full-year revenues rose by 11% to reach US$1.73 billion, while BITDA margin rose to 40%, indicating the maturing of its successful rollouts in markets including El Salvador and Trinidad & Tobago...

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Redknee Enables TSTT's Prepaid Customers to Use Blackberries

  Trinidad and Tobago telco, TSTT has updated its existing Redknee provided platform to add prepaid charging services for BlackBerry smartphones....

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Trinidad and Tobago to Award a 3rd Mobile Phone License

  The telecoms regulator in the Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago has announced plans to award a 3rd mobile license in the country. ...

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Trinidad & Tobago Operators Finally Agree to Interconnect Their Networks

  After some two years of disputes, the two mobile operators in Trinidad & Tobago, Digicel and TSTT have finally signed an interconnection agreement - allowing customers to make calls to users on the competing networks....

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Trinidad & Tobago Operator to Cut 4% of its Workforce

  Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) has announced plans to cut its workforce by 4% to increase efficiency in an increasingly competitive market....

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Trinidad Cancels Laqtel's Mobile License Over Upaid Fines

  The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago has terminated the mobile phone license which had been held by Laqtel. The company was granted a license for blocks of spectrum in the 800MHz and 1900MHz bands at the end of 2005, but has had problems raising funds to pay for the license and roll out its network....

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Sabotage Blamed for Cell Tower Damage

  Suspected sabotage at Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago's (TSTT) Macqueripe cell site has disrupted mobile telephone service in the area and TSTT Head of Security and Operational Risk, Dennis Gordon, believes that it is part of an organised attack on TSTT's infrastructure....

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