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 Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Following the formation of a new board at the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad & Tobago (TATT), the regulator’s chairman Selby Wilson has updated progress on plans for issuing a third mobile licence to introduce more competition to incumbent operators Digicel and TSTT. As quoted by the Trinidad & Tobago Guardian, Wilson said that the authority had been working on prerequisite changes to its spectrum plan and had completed consultations on the third licence proposals, adding that ‘the document for the third mobile provider is near completion’. The chairman continued that the Request For Proposal (RFP) for prospective licence applicants should be placed in approximately two months, while indicating that ‘meaningful bids’ could be received by the first quarter of next year.

Source: TeleGeography.