Georgetown, Guyana – (October 21, 2015) The Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT), Justin Nedd, says the company is working to help realise the government’s vision for extended and better quality network services to Hinterland regions. Earlier today, Nedd, along with Chief Executive Officer of Atlantic Tele-Network (ATN,) Michael Prior, paid a courtesy call on His Excellency, Brigadier David Granger. Also present at the meeting was Minister of Public Infrastructure, the Honorable David Patterson.
Pictured here at the Ministry of the Presidency; from left, Minister of Public Infrastructure, Hon. David Patterson, Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company, Justin Nedd, His Excellency Brigadier David Granger and Atlantic Tele-Network (ATN) Michael Prior, earlier today.
Describing the meeting as a successful one, Nedd said it is clear that the President’s priorities for the country falls in line with what the Company has planned for the near future. Referring to GTT’s plans, Nedd said that the focus is “to bring better services to customers and extend the reach of our network in the Hinterland area”. He added, “The President made specific mention of the new township. We intend to push faster broadband speed across the country”.
In the meantime, the Company’s CEO said that GTT will continue to be the responsible corporate citizen that they have been over the years and sill stick to their mantra “to do more” for Guyana.