PUC to rule in 60 days on GTT’s proposed new increases

Commissioners and other members of the Public Utilities Commission (at centre) along with the representatives of GTT (at the left) and representatives of the Guyana Consumers Association (at right).

The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) will rule within 60 days on the application by the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) for increases in wireline access and landline metered charges, Chairperson Dela Britton announced yesterday.

The announcement was made at a second hearing on GTT’s application, The company has applied for approval to implement bundled packages for its wireline services, to increase wireline access charges and to increase landline metered charges for intra-network calls.

The first hearing was held on October 24th and GTT’s Legal and Regulatory Affairs head Mark Reynolds said then that the present application seeks to address the gap that exists between the cost of the provision of service for landlines and their current tariff…..

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