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NTRC’s community discussion in Paget Farm, Bequia


The National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (NTRC) will hold a community discussion to gather feedback from the residents of Bequia with respect to the telecommunications services being provided by LIME, Digicel and Flow.{{more}}

The discussion will take place on Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Centre in Paget Farm and will allow persons to express their views on a draft document known as the Consumer Protection Regulations, which will be put in place to protect and to ensure quality of service to all consumers.

As such, the comments received from the residents of Bequia will assist in finalizing the draft Consumer Protection Regulations.

The community discussion will comprise presentations from officials of the NTRC, remarks from Godwin Friday, parliamentary representative for Northern Grenadines, and Herman Belmar, deputy director of Grenadines Affairs.

The presentation sessions will be followed by a full question and answer session.