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CBL’s Independent Mobile Network Solution Approved By Cellular Task Force, Moves On To Final Round

The Cellular Liberalization Task Force announced last Tuesday that Cable Bahamas has been approved to move to the next phase in the selection process.

The 100 per cent Bahamian-owned company will participate in the spectrum auction phase, expected to take place in May.

Cable Bahamas CEO Anthony Butler explained that CBL would ensure that its mobile product offering would meet the demands of the Bahamian consumer.

“We know that our future customers want lower prices, faster data, and more reliable service,” Mr. Butler said.

He also explained that Cable Bahamas would create a unified phone and data experience, bridging all the communications services the company offers, along with many dynamic calling plans.

Cable Bahamas believes in internationally best competitor solutions of deploying and operating a wholly independent network.

“We are delighted to have progressed to phase two,” Mr. Butler continued. “We submitted a strong proposal that clearly laid out our qualifications and readiness to deliver a reliable and affordable world-class mobile service that people have been waiting for.”

“We have tremendous confidence in our people, our network, our customer service and our telecommunications experience to be a formidable player in this area of business, to the benefit of the entire Bahamas,” the CEO asserted. “We are constantly enhancing our customer service levels and are implementing programmes to meet the ever increasing needs of our customers.”

Mr. Butler noted that the company’s strong relationships and existing agreements with local and international carriers would enable an expedited implementation and delivery of services.

“We are an island nation, and The Bahamas needs dependable and redundant networks delivering competing services,” continued Mr. Butler. “There needs to be choice and alternatives. So many of us live our lives and run our businesses depending on technology and communications, and we simply cannot be limited to one option.”

Cable Bahamas is looking forward to the next phase of the process. “We are ready,” Mr. Butler stated.

Cable Bahamas is the communications provider of choice and the first to offer triple play (voice, video, data) services in The Bahamas.
Cable Bahamas offers telephony, broadband Internet, cable TV and data transport services under the brand names REVOICE, REVON and REVTV in The Bahamas and as Summit Broadband in Florida, to both home and business customers throughout The Bahamas, southwest Florida and central Florida.

The company also offers dark fibre transport to enterprise and carrier customers.

In The Bahamas, the company also created the Cable Bahamas Cares Foundation, which has awarded over $2 million to local Bahamian non-profit organisations since its inception.

Written by Jones Bahamas

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