Guyana’s GTT and Digicel to rollout 4G
04 May 2016 | Jason McGee-Abe
Guyana’s two mobile carriers Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GTT) and Digicel have announced that they are to rollout 4G broadband services in the country having both been granted approval.
The Guyana government has conditionally approved licences and has allocated spectrum to the carriers to offer 4G services, helping to boost data speeds to live stream, uploading audio, video and images.
“Finally, we will bring you 4G. I know that you’ve waited a long time and I am as happy as you to say that we have received approval from the Government,” said GTT’s CEO Justin Nedd.
“Our 4G mobile network will enable you to connect to the internet much faster than ever before whether to browse, watch videos or movies, download music or shop online. All Smart phones sold by GTT are ready to experience the faster speeds.”
A Digicel spokesperson has also confirmed that it is set to receive authorisation and will be ready to offer 4G services.
The approvals are subject to National Assembly approval ahead of the long-awaited passing of the Telecommunications Bill.
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