Hits: 201 Created on 03 August 2016 Written by ECTEL Category: ICT
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ECTEL CHAIRMAN PROMOTS THE BENEFITS OF NEW LEGISLATION

San Juan, Puerto Rico -- Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL), Senator Hon. Vincent Byron, says that the new Electronic Communications Bill for Eastern Caribbean States is designed with best intention to serve the public interest, while offering service providers with opportunities to do business in our markets.

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Hits: 479 Created on 10 May 2016 Written by GIS Category: ICT
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DEVELOPING ICT SERVICES IN GRENADA

St. George -- Over the next few months The Caribbean regional communications infrastructure program (CARCIP) under the Ministry of ICT will be delivering a number of free training programs.

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Hits: 564 Created on 12 April 2016 Written by ectel Category: ICT
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS MINISTERS TO CONSIDER NEW AND IMPROVED LEGISLATION

Castries -- The Ministers with responsibility for Telecommunications in the OECS region will meet in Saint Lucia on Wednesday April 13th. The Ministers will consider new legislation, which is designed among other purposes, to strengthen the rules on consumer rights and also ensure that the climate for investment remains open and competitive.

Read more: HIGH LEVEL TELECOMS MEETING
 
Hits: 1076 Created on 01 October 2015 Written by Antonia Graham Category: ICT
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DIGICEL FIRST OPERATOR TO IMPLEMENT AD CONTROL TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE AND HELP DRIVE BROADBAND ACCESS

Calling for ad networks like Google, Yahoo and Facebook to enter into revenue sharing agreements to bridge the digital divide

Kingston, Jamaica -- Digicel, a leading provider of communications and entertainment services to customers in the Caribbean and South Pacific, announced today that it is deploying ad control technology at the network level on its networks across the globe to ensure a better experience for customers and to encourage the likes of Google, Facebook and Yahoo to help connect the 4.2 billion unconnected people across the globe. Ad control technology benefits both consumers and network operators alike. With ads using up as much as 10% of a customers' data plan allowance, this move will allow customers to browse the mobile web and apps without interruption from unwanted advertising messages.

Read more: INTERESTING DEVELOPMENT
 
Hits: 1161 Created on 14 September 2015 Written by S. Brian Samuel Category: ICT
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WITH THE PLETHORA OF COMMUNICATION TOOLS CONSTANTLY AT OUR FINGERTIPS, HAS IT IMPROVED THE QUALITY OF LIFE?

In my 20s, I hardly ever communicated with my brothers Tom and Gerry. I was living in Jamaica and them in London; and in those days phone calls— if you were lucky enough to have one — were expensive, unintelligible and short:

"Hello Gerry! It's me, Brian! Brian! BRI-AN! Yeah, how are you mate? Everyone here's fine. When you coming down? Bring a carburetor for the bike, brake pads for the car, magazines, records and teabags! Bye!"

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