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Guyana – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses

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Nevertheless, GDP growth has been steady in recent years and economic growth projections to the end of the decade are encouraging.

The incumbent telco Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GT&T, rebranded as GTT in late 2015) is controlled by the US-based Atlantic Tele-Network (ATN). The company competes with Digicel in the mobile market but retains a monopoly over fixed-line services. Although GTT’s fixed-line monopoly was renewed for 20 years in December 2010 it drew to a close following the passing of the 2016 Telecommunications Act. However, during 2017 there were delays in negotiations between the government and GTT relating to the terms of the market liberalisation and so the monopoly is retained in practice. Digicel is expected to launch competing services in the fixed-line market as soon as it is able to do so.

Fixed broadband services have improved, especially since the opening of the SG-SCS submarine cable in mid-2010, but they are still comparatively slow and expensive, and the number of broadband subscribers is small. The submarine cable being proposed by Digicel would provide a second link to international cable infrastructure in the region, and would go far in reducing consumer pricing.

The government’s plan to build a domestic network connecting government offices in remote and inland areas was halted by a newly elected government in 2015 and closed down in 2016, having been disastrously mismanaged.
In the mobile sector GTT’s mobile unit Cellink competes with Digicel Guyana. Both operate GSM/GPRS networks while Cellink in mid-2017 also launched a limited LTE service.

Key developments:
GTT launches LTE and fibre broadband services;
NFMU opens three spectrum monitoring stations;
Government struggles to complete end to GTT’s monopoly;
Government closes the failed e-government network;
E-Networks signs agreement to use O3b’s Fiber in the Sky satellite network.

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