Guyana, GTT provide Free Basic 4G with Sandvine

Thursday 9 June 2016 | 21:43 CET | News
Sandvine has announced that it is enabling an initiative by the Government of Guyana and GTT to provide Guyanese subscribers with access to essential websites at no cost. With GTT's Free Basic 4G Services, GTT are providing mobile subscribers with free 4G access to more than 20 essential news, health, education, and government websites. The free service is available on every data capable phone, without the need for subscribers to have an active data plan on their account.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Sandvine
Countries: Guyana
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This is a huge change and it can have huge impact on subscriber retention, data subscribers activities. By allowing subscribers to carry their expired MB to their next plan, to be more aggressive it shall have a grace period as incentive to the next purchase
Ernst Chrisphonte @ 10/6/2016 - 16:15

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