T&TEC seeks to be a broadband Internet provider

The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) will be applying for a concession from the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) to provide broadband internet services with its own fibre optic network. This announcement was made by T&TEC’s CEO at the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference at the Trinidad Hilton on August 13, 2007 according to an article in today’s (August 14th, 2007) Newsday.

2 thoughts on “T&TEC seeks to be a broadband Internet provider”

  1. This seems as a good idea. Broadband internet providers are very expensive in Trinidad and I think that if T&TEC is able to provide this service, the competition will have a very positive effect on the price that people have to pay (particularly residental costumers) to recieve broadband internet services.

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