The Caribbean Regulator: Volume 1 | Issue 6 | JULY 2015
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OUR Stays NWC's Payment Compliance Initiative
Porting customers must expect quality customer service from telecoms companies, says OUR
Phone customers should expect no less from their utility service providers in the quality of customer service and complaints handling when porting their numbers, says the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR).
Port Mobile and Landline numbers in 3 steps.
Shola Taylor has been appointed Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO).
A Nigerian citizen, Mr. Taylor is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Kemilinks International, a global ICT consultancy form based in Lagos.
ICANN to present the development impact of the internet to Commonwealth policymakers in September
On 14 September, US-based Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organisation managing the Internet's domain name system, will be presenting to ICT policymakers and senior officials from Commonwealth countries areas where the Internet is achieving its biggest developmental impact. The presentation, which will also include key policy recommendations, will be made at the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation Forum 2015.
Is Net Neutrality the right call for the Caribbean?
by: David Geary
How to save energy utilities: Allowing innovation,risk-taking, and profits
by: Dr.Mark Jamison
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