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MoU For ICT Devices Signed

A Memorandum of Understanding for the supply of 10,100 ICT-enabled devices and sim cards with data plans valued TTD $15,144,975 was signed on Friday, October 23, 2020 at the office of the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT).

 

Seated From Left: Dr. the Honourable Nyan Gadsby-Dolly (Minister of Education),          Mr. Gilbert Peterson S.C. (Chairman of the Board TATT) and  Senator the Honourable Hassell Bacchus (Minister in the Ministry of Public Administration and Digital Transformation).

Looking on, From Left: Ms. Lenore Baptiste-Simmons (Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education), Mrs. Cynthia Reddock-Downes (Chief Executive Officer TATT) and the Honourable Lisa Morris-Julian (Minister in the Ministry of Education).

From Left: Ms. Lenore Baptiste-Simmons (Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education), the Honourable Lisa Morris-Julian (Minister in the Ministry of Education), the Honourable Nyan Gadsby-Dolly (Minister of Education), Mr. Gilbert Peterson S.C. (Chairman of the Board TATT), Senator the Honourable Hassell Bacchus (Minister in the Ministry of Public Administration and Digital Transformation), Mr. Claudelle McKellar (Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Administration and Digital Transformation) and Mrs. Cynthia Reddock-Downes (Chief Executive Officer TATT).

 

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TATT Head Office Closed for Sanitisation - Open and Ready to Serve you Online

The head office of TATT in Barataria has been closed for sanitisation after an employee received a positive COVID-19 test result.

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TATT Committed to ensuring IPR compliance in the Telecommunications and Broadcasting Industry

The Authority notes that Trinidad and Tobago was listed in the watch list of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) 301 Report for 2020.

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TATT Facilitates Improved Services to Mobile Customers

The Authority is pleased to advise that it has been working with its concessionaires of mobile services – TSTT and Digicel – to ensure improved and more resilient connectivity for citizens over the next two months as the country grapples with the COVID-19 virus.

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TATT responds to CWC/Flow merger request

In a press release published on March 13, 2015, TATT informs the public of its position on the Application for change of control of Columbus Networks International (Trinidad) Limited and Columbus Communications Trinidad Limited through the acquisition of Columbus International Inc. (“Columbus Inc.”) by Cable & Wireless Communications plc (“CWC”).

TATT responds to the blocking of VOIP services by Digicel

In two recent press releases, TATT informs the public that an investigation will be launched into this matter, and requested that Digicel consider their position in the interim period.
The Telecommunications Authority Of Trinidad And Tobago Investigates Digicel Voip Blocking Complaints
Tatt Requests Digicel To Consider Its Position In Relation To The Provision Of Access To Consumers