GTT maintains has adequate capacity to handle all overseas traffic

GTT yesterday stated that it has more than enough capacity to handle all of Guyana’s overseas traffic and it called for Digicel’s bypass operation to be audited by an “independent and trusted organization”.

In an increasingly bitter row between the two phone companies, Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GTT) in a statement appeared to also be responding to a release by the Ministry of Public Telecommunications on March 26 which had raised the issue of whether GTT had adequate network capacity to take care of all of this country’s needs.

GTT’s statement yesterday sought to up the pressure on Digicel over a bypass operation via Suriname which recently came to the public’s notice.

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