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vinceP 3 weeks, 4 days ago on Cable: URCA regulations ‘impede’ mobile roll-out

Listen! URCA is a big joke, and their dictatorial approach shows where their loyalty is located, and this whole cellular process is showing us just how they themselves (URCA) are not qualified to operate in the capacity that they operate in. That organization is bloated with former BTC (Batelco) employees, so there is no surprise why BTC always seems to have the scaled tipped in their favor. I'm sorry Cable Bahamas, but URCA will continue to place obstacles in your way, because anything sensible Bahamian can see that because of Cable Bahama's existing infrastructure, they would be the quickest to get their cellular network up and running. Further, what does not make sense to me is that the Perry Christie Government is here pushing for 51% Bahamian ownership in the new cellular company, when Cable Bahamas is a 100% owned Bahamian company. So lets do some math here, Cable Bahamas is a 100% Bahamian owned publicly traded company, but the Perry Christie Government, would much prefer 51% of yet another foreign company? Bluewater anyone?

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vinceP 3 weeks, 4 days ago on Cable’s ‘grave concerns’ on URCA facilities share plan

BAHAMIANS Can't trust URCA!!!

Ummmmm, does it concern anyone that URCA, formally the "PUC" is perhaps majority staffed by former BTC "Batelco" employees? URCA is failing us, and need to be cleaned up!!!

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vinceP 1 month, 1 week ago on Digicel targets 1,300 jobs in network roll-out and launch

Listen! from the onset Prime Minister Christie was singing the praises of Digicel, especially after he met with P.J. Patterson (former Jamaica Primer Minister) and if i'm not mistaken, he is affiliated with Digicel, so i have no faith in Mr. Chrisite, and this process being a fair and transparent one. This is the very same man (Perry Christie) who cried to everyone who would listen, after former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham sold the majority of shares to Cable & Wireless, and was bitterly against what seemed to be Mr. Ingraham's glorification of "Foreign is better", but here it is he is doing the exact same thing. Why in the 21st century do we feel the need to bring in more foreigners, when we have Bahamian professionals right here??? This makes absolutely no sense, and lets face it, with a country with only 350 plus thousand people, there will probably be no room for a 3rd license, so its safe to say that after Mr. Christie chooses Digicell (FOREIGNER) as the second provider, we can certainly expect to see JOB LOSSES AT BTC AS WELL AS CABLE BAHAMAS. THANKS IN ADVANCE PERRY CHRISTIE!!!

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vinceP 1 month, 1 week ago on Digicel aiming to be ‘full service provider’

Listen! from the onset Prime Minister Christie was singing the praises of Digicel, especially after he met with P.J. Patterson (former Jamaica Primer Minister) and if i'm not mistaken, he is affiliated with Digicel, so i have no faith in Mr. Chrisite, and this process being a fair and transparent one. This is the very same man (Perry Christie) who cried to everyone who would listen, after former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham sold the majority of shares to Cable & Wireless, and was bitterly against what seemed to be Mr. Ingraham's glorification of "Foreign is better", but here it is he is doing the exact same thing. Why in the 21st century do we feel the need to bring in more foreigners, when we have Bahamian professionals right here??? This makes absolutely no sense, and lets face it, with a country with only 350 plus thousand people, there will probably be no room for a 3rd license, so its safe to say that after Mr. Christie chooses Digicell (FOREIGNER) as the second provider, we can certainly expect to see JOB LOSSES AT BTC AS WELL AS CABLE BAHAMAS. THANKS IN ADVANCE PERRY CHRISTIE!!!

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vinceP 1 month, 1 week ago on BTC mobile towers require $20k co-location upgrade

Listen! from the onset Prime Minister Christie was singing the praises of Digicel, especially after he met with P.J. Patterson (former Jamaica Primer Minister) and if i'm not mistaken, he is affiliated with Digicel, so i have no faith in Mr. Chrisite, and this process being a fair and transparent one. This is the very same man (Perry Christie) who cried to everyone who would listen, after former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham sold the majority of shares to Cable & Wireless, and was bitterly against what seemed to be Mr. Ingraham's glorification of "Foreign is better", but here it is he is doing the exact same thing. Why in the 21st century do we feel the need to bring in more foreigners, when we have Bahamian professionals right here??? This makes absolutely no sense, and lets face it, with a country with only 350 plus thousand people, there will probably be no room for a 3rd license, so its safe to say that after Mr. Christie chooses Digicell (FOREIGNER) as the second provider, we can certainly expect to see JOB LOSSES AT BTC AS WELL AS CABLE BAHAMAS. THANKS IN ADVANCE PERRY CHRISTIE!!!

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vinceP 1 month, 1 week ago on Digicel: Local ownership no business ‘limit’

Listen! from the onset Prime Minister Christie was singing the praises of Digicel, especially after he met with P.J. Patterson (former Jamaica Primer Minister) and if i'm not mistaken, he is affiliated with Digicel, so i have no faith in Mr. Chrisite, and this process being a fair and transparent one. This is the very same man (Perry Christie) who cried to everyone who would listen, after former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham sold the majority of shares to Cable & Wireless, and was bitterly against what seemed to be Mr. Ingraham's glorification of "Foreign is better", but here it is he is doing the exact same thing. Why in the 21st century do we feel the need to bring in more foreigners, when we have Bahamian professionals right here??? This makes absolutely no sense, and lets face it, with a country with only 350 plus thousand people, there will probably be no room for a 3rd license, so its safe to say that after Mr. Christie chooses Digicell (FOREIGNER) as the second provider, we can certainly expect to see JOB LOSSES AT BTC AS WELL AS CABLE BAHAMAS. THANKS IN ADVANCE PERRY CHRISTIE!!!

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vinceP 1 month, 1 week ago on Digicel: ‘We’ll cross union bridge when we reach it’

Listen! from the onset Prime Minister Christie was singing the praises of Digicel, especially after he met with P.J. Patterson (former Jamaica Primer Minister) and if i'm not mistaken, he is affiliated with Digicel, so i have no faith in Mr. Chrisite, and this process being a fair and transparent one. This is the very same man (Perry Christie) who cried to everyone who would listen, after former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham sold the majority of shares to Cable & Wireless, and was bitterly against what seemed to be Mr. Ingraham's glorification of "Foreign is better", but here it is he is doing the exact same thing. Why in the 21st century do we feel the need to bring in more foreigners, when we have Bahamian professionals right here??? This makes absolutely no sense, and lets face it, with a country with only 350 plus thousand people, there will probably be no room for a 3rd license, so its safe to say that after Mr. Christie chooses Digicell (FOREIGNER) as the second provider, we can certainly expect to see JOB LOSSES AT BTC AS WELL AS CABLE BAHAMAS. THANKS IN ADVANCE PERRY CHRISTIE!!!

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vinceP 1 month, 1 week ago on Bidder: Mobile licence process is ‘world class’

Listen! from the onset Prime Minister Christie was singing the praises of Digicel, especially after he met with P.J. Patterson (former Jamaica Primer Minister) and if i'm not mistaken, he is affiliated with Digicel, so i have no faith in Mr. Chrisite, and this process being a fair and transparent one. This is the very same man (Perry Christie) who cried to everyone who would listen, after former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham sold the majority of shares to Cable & Wireless, and was bitterly against what seemed to be Mr. Ingraham's glorification of "Foreign is better", but here it is he is doing the exact same thing. Why in the 21st century do we feel the need to bring in more foreigners, when we have Bahamian professionals right here??? This makes absolutely no sense, and lets face it, with a country with only 350 plus thousand people, there will probably be no room for a 3rd license, so its safe to say that after Mr. Christie chooses Digicell (FOREIGNER) as the second provider, we can certainly expect to see JOB LOSSES AT BTC AS WELL AS CABLE BAHAMAS. THANKS IN ADVANCE PERRY CHRISTIE!!!

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vinceP 4 months, 2 weeks ago on Bimini first testing ground for BTC's TV

I'm sorry Mr. Williams, but as soon as a new cellular service provider is up and running, no amount of begging that you do, will stop a vast amount of BTC's existing subscribers to leave, and as far as BTC's IPTV pursuits are concerned, i hope for your sake that y'all plan on offering that service for under $8 a month because more an more Bahamians are fully aware of the existence of NetFlix for instance, and my apple TV does not fail me, and I'm very doubtful that BTC can beat the $8.99 a month that i currently pay for my NetFlix subscription.

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vinceP 4 months, 2 weeks ago on $1.9bn deal boost for BTC TV plans

This is just a good example of how a Governments meddling can set a company back,and tip the scale in another companies favor. Now here it is the PLP if I'm not mistaken, was the Government of the day when it had blocked CableBahamas/Columbus's endeavors to offer cellular service in the Bahamas, so Columbus pulled out of the country, and then the FNM Governent came along and sold majority shares of BTC to a foreign company, and so here we are today, The Bahamian owned company is getting shafted, while the majority foreign owned company reaps the rewards.

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