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Twenty-four Hours in Port au Prince, Haiti

Twenty-four Hours in Port au Prince, Haiti

By Kirk Laughlin Like many people in the Nearshore services marketplace, I have long considered Haiti to be a market that will one day “get there” and become a viable contender for BPO business, but that day always seemed to ...

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Digicel Acquires the Bermuda Telephone Company

Digicel Acquires the Bermuda Telephone Company

By Narayan Ammachchi Digicel has agreed to acquire the Bermuda Telephone Company (BTC) in an attempt to keep up with Cable and Wireless, who bought Caribbean’s dominant telecom capacity vendor Columbus International last November. Analysts say the acquisition also puts Digicel in direct ...

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Curaçao Selected for Major Data Center Complex

STAFF REPORT CTEX is about to complete the construction of an advanced data center complex in Curaçao, an island in the southern Caribbean Sea, off the Venezuelan coast. The data centers, being built on top of a mountain terrace 60 ...

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Jamaica’s LIME Gives Up FTZ Monopoly in Bruising Battle with Digicel

By Jon Tonti Seldom does a company act on its own volition to give up a contractually granted monopoly three years early and invite new competitors into the market.  Nevertheless, that is exactly what Jamaica’s LIME (Landline, Internet, Mobile, and ...

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Caribbean Mobile Carrier Digicel Stays Involved in Haiti Recovery

SOURCE: CAYMANNETNEWS Adding to its more than $5 million cash contribution to Haiti, the Caribbean telecom company, Digicel, distributed supplies this week to nearly 4,000 Haitians camped in the garden of the former Prime Minister’s office in Port-au-Prince. Relief supplies ...

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Digicel Joins Three Others in Bidding for Bahamas Telecom

SOURCE: GLOBAL TELECOMS BUSINESS Digicel, a large Caribbean and central American operator, is one of the four, according to the Nassau Guardian, a local newspaper. Others are partnering with private equity operations to bid for the company. The Nassau Guardian ...

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