GTT to observe 31years as telecoms provider in Guyana

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As GTT prepares to celebrate 31 years of providing telecommunication services in Guyana on January 28, the company on Thursday launched its ‘Hello 31’ themed anniversary campaign on its Facebook and Website pages.
The company said its celebration this year will be grand since it intends to reward 31 lucky customers with 31 prizes through live weekly draws at its 55 Brickdam and Forgarty’s retail stores.
Commenting on the anniversary, Chief Executive Officer of GTT, Damian Blackburn said he is delighted to see the company achieve another milestone with massive improvements over the years. “Over the past years we have made quite a number of investments to better the services we provide to Guyanese. Today, we provide cutting edge technology services to over 80,000 homes across Guyana; and for that we are proud.” Blackburn is quoted in a GTT release as saying.
He added, “With this new milestone our efforts will continue to double as we work to provide improved services and to achieve our goal of becoming a 21st century customer centric organisation by 2025.”
As GTT observesits 31stanniversary, the company said it plans to celebrate it with its loyal customers through live weekly giveback in its retail stores. Customers will have a chance to win exciting prizes that include a four-day trip to the Rupununi, Amazon shopping vouchers valued at US$500, Grocery shopping vouchers valued at $50,000, KFC vouchers, free family gym membership for a year, dinner vouchers at the Pegasus Hotel, mmg+and topup credit.
Eligibilityto win one of the prizes, through entry into the weekly draws,would requirecustomerstotop up with $1000 or more via the MMG App, in store or at any C-point vendor, purchase a new handset or GTT SIM card, paytheirGTT bill on time and in full,or by simply activating a talk/SMS and/or Data bundle.
The anniversary celebration runs until February 7, 2022.



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