Four companies apply to become Trinidad's third mobile firm

Tuesday 19 August 2014 | 18:45 CET | News
Trinidad and Tobago telecoms authority (TATT) is currently reviewing the applications sent by four firms to obtain a licence to become the country's third mobile operator, Trinidad Express reports. The companies who applied for a mobile licence are Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC), which holds a 49% stake in Trinidad and Tobago state-run operator TSTT; Columbus Communications, which provides digital cable TV, broadband and fixed telephony services in Trinidad and Tobago under the Flow brand; Suriname state-owned telco Telesur and Star Mobile Caribbean. Current mobile operators in the

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Cable & Wireless Communications / Columbus Communications / Digicel / Telesur
Countries: Trinidad and Tobago
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