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|GT&T needs to improve its service at Anna Regina|
|Thursday, 07 June 2012 21:59|
I AM particularly disturbed that GT&T, at its Anna Regina Branch, has not acted on my complaints for the past days about my poor internet and telephone services.
I wish to state that I am the owner and Managing Director of Celebs Sports Bar and Night Club and Restaurant where these services are very important for my business. The ‘non-service’ by GT&T has resulted in many cancellations of bookings for meals and party. The marketing strategy they used by parading around with all the good services is a disgrace and sent out a terrible message to Essequibians.
To some it is great, but to many, the connection failed. Having said this, I would hasten to add that if GT&T is to succeed in holding on to what it has, it is clear that they must improve their performances of their internet and telephone services. In this regard, they will need a combination of several factors. They will need skilled managers and the dedication of their workers to costumers.
- Guyana comes first
- Slain cop’s colleagues hold the key to who were the killers
- Millers exploiting rice farmers
- Sugar industry needs restructuring
- Agonising delay in accessing salary at Scotiabank
- Road users need protection from grass slashers
- Opposition continued effort to stymie progress is alarming
- Launching of operation El Dorado commendable
- High quality technicians are needed to man the Forensic Lab
- Why the deafening silence by Stabroek News, Kaieteur News on Sharma’s case?
- Ruel Johnson is plagued with blinkered vision
- Guyana's progress being held hostage to negative politics
- UG seeks private sector partnership to aid transformation process
- Is our situation ‘a chicken and egg’ scenario?
- Post Offices continue to make a sterling contribution
- Clearing up some obvious serious misconceptions as to the purpose, use and functions of the Lighthouse
- ‘Gay’ Guyanese speaks out
- Opposition antics are about gaining power by all means
- The leopard does not change its spots
- “Dis time na lang time”