Female ICT students receive bursaries from TATT
Hosted by Squire Sanders (US) LLP, 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 4100, Miami 33131, USA*
The theme of this forum will be:
Developing a digital society that all can be part of: Advancing effective regulatory policies that balance innovation and incentives for investment in the region:
A unique opportunity for statutory communications regulators to meet with their peers from across the world and exchange ideas in a closed workshop environment, the IIC is holding an exclusive regional International Regulators’ Forum meeting just for regulators.
This event is scheduled to be held at the Palms Hotel, Miami Beach on 19 May 2014.
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In 2013 the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (the Authority) conducted its second digital divide survey.
The Digital Divide refers to the gap that exists between persons who have access to basic telecommunications and broadcasting services and those who do not. The survey is therefore aimed at identifying the extent of that gap where under served communities and under served population groups, inclusive of persons with disabilities exist.
The results of this survey will aid the Authority in planning its Universal service initiatives in the future.
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In keeping with its mandate outlined in the Telecommunications Act Ch 47:31, the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (the Authority) is initiating a competitive authorisation process which includes:
a) The Provision Of A Public Domestic Mobile Telecommunications Network And Public Telecommunications Services By A Potential 3rd Mobile Operator;
b) The Award Of 800 Mhz And 1900 Mhz Spectrum To Eligible Mobile Operator(S); And
c) The Award Of 700 Mhz Spectrum To Mobile Operators.
Relevant Concessions and associated Licences can be obtained for the following public telecommunications services through this competitive process, including:
• Mobile Telephony Services; and
• Mobile Broadband Internet Services
Request for Proposals package
A Request for Proposals package will be available at the offices of the Authority at a registration fee of TT$6000.00 and a registration form must be completed.
The closing date for the submission of proposals has been moved to:
Wednesday April 30th 2014
TATT's responses to clarifications of this RFP has been extended to Monday November 18th 2013 at 4:00 pm.
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The Authority has published final versions of the following documents, based on comments received during the last round of consultation:
The Authority has published the following document:
Quarterly Market Update Second Quarter 2013
Link to first round of consultation and first version of PMTS Spectrum Plan
The Authority has published the following: