Digicel ‘disappointed’ with telecoms sector after six years

“We remain of the opinion that liberalisation of Guyana’s telecommunications sector is long overdue. We think a timetable for negotiations with definite deadlines is necessary to finally end the monopoly,”  says Digicel’s Chief Executive Officer Gregory Dean, with what appears to be a note of greater urgency in his disposition.

Up until now Digicel has sought to put a …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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