GUERNSEY’S largest telecoms provider has welcomed ‘Project Proteus’ as a positive step forward, but warned that it would cost millions to bring to fruition.
A PUBLIC-private partnership may be the answer to improving broadband speed and provision in Guernsey.
SURE’S controversial changes to its billing practices have come under fire from the regulator following an ‘unprecedented’ number of complaints.
OVER the last few days, Sure, closely followed by JT, has come in for considerable criticism over the cost and quality of connectivity for businesses. Even the Education minister has waded in with a 1,600-word diatribe on the alleged failures of broadband that he personally authorised.
TELECOMS providers have warned that proposed charges for use of the communications spectrum in Guernsey would increase prices for consumers.
GUERNSEY’S arm of Cable and Wireless is to be sold to a Middle Eastern company as part of a major $680m. deal – subject to approval from the regulator.
GUERNSEY’S only landline provider has defended its reasons for imposing additional charges to some payment methods.
TALKS are under way which could see the Guernsey arm of Cable & Wireless sold to Batelco of Bahrain.
GUERNSEY’S regulator has once again come under fire from Housing minister Dave Jones after Sure started charging customers who pay their bills at the Post Office or by using debit or credit cards.
MAKING a trebuchet and a device that makes an audible sound were two tests set for the students taking part in the 14th CGi Sure Technology Challenge.