Digicel top brass meets President

Top officials of mobile phone company Digicel today met with President Donald Ramotar at the Office of the President. Digicel has pressed for years for the government to end the telecoms monopoly presently held by the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph.

From left are: Chief Executive Officer Digicel Guyana Gregory Dean, CEO Caribbean and Central America Regis Romerio, President Donald Ramotar, Digicel Chairman/ Owner Denis O’Brien and Non Executive Director Clifford Reis

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