Digicel launches LTE in Trinidad and Tobago

20 Jul 2018

Pan-Caribbean mobile operator Digicel has launched 4G LTE services in Trinidad and Tobago following a TTD250 million (USD36.6 million) investment programme. According to the Digicel website, the 4G network utilises the 700MHz and 2100MHz bands. New LTE-capable SIM cards are available at the cellco’s retail stores.

Chandrika Samaroo, Digicel’s technical director, commented: ‘Our teams have worked around the clock to deliver LTE to our customers in north-west, east and central Trinidad, as well as east Tobago. South Trinidad and west Tobago will feel LTE speeds by the end of 2018.’

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