GTT offering businesses internet and voice solutions with new conneX plans 

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Telephone giant – Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) – as part of its Business Solutions, will be offering local businesses internet and voice solution packages with its new conneX plans.

Unveiled over the weekend by Chief Operations Officer (COO) for GTT Business Solutions, Orson Ferguson, the new conneX 75, conneX 150, and conneX 600 plans will see new and existing businesses receiving high-speed internet service with complimentary voice solutions of 3500, 4000 and 6000 free minutes for local on-net calls and international calls to US and Canada.

“[conneX] will make international communication with stakeholders faster and deliver more value. This solution will also deliver greater simplicity. Simplicity that these businesses need…,” Ferguson said.

He said already, the company has SMB officers working with small businesses to help them make informed technology decisions.

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“These officers have been working with businesses since July, and have been responsible for delivering solutions for hundreds of small businesses across Guyana. We have Guyana’s number one non-cash payment solution, mmg, in our solutions stack for small businesses as well.  With mmg+, small businesses can make and receive payments from anywhere in Guyana,” Ferguson explained.

Further, he reassured businesses of GTT’s commitment to existing partnerships with the government and the business fraternity in efforts to promote entrepreneurship nationwide.

Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce, Oneidge Walrond , in her address, said organizations like GTT and the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) complement the Government’s effort in creating an enabling climate for small and medium enterprises.

The Minister also called on GTT and GCCI to continue stewardship and development of small business through innovation.

In addition to the internet and voice solutions, Senior Manager SMB, Technical and Cloud Delivery at GTT Business Solutions, Tanya Wilcott, explained that customers who have landline numbers can keep their current numbers when upgrading to the new conneX plans.

“These solutions were crafted especially for you, and this is how we give you the extra pair of hands, and the extra day you need to advance your business with ease. These new plans provide the added benefits of more speed to keep you connected to your stake holders, more minutes to keep you connected to your [international] partners and more value to ensure that you can take advantage of the opportunities that the new economy is presenting,” she explained.

Wilcott added, “This is all about you [businesses], and as we keep focused on our customer promises of reliably connecting customers, strengthening our community, and innovating for all in Guyana; we just want you to know that we have listened to your constant feedback. We are also giving you the convenience of a single bill for both landline and internet services, making paying your bills a whole lot easier!”

Businesses are encouraged to take advantage of the new conneX plans to enjoy the absolute convenience provided by GTT Business Solutions. Application forms can be accessed via https://www.gtt.co.gy/conneXapplication

Additionally, subsequent to the launch of conneX, GTT and the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) collaborated to host a Business Expo which saw over 40 small and medium businesses utilising the opportunity to display their products and services to members of the business community and the public.

This expo was a free opportunity for businesses to gain exposure and meet with the public and members of the private sector. These businesses will also be given three free months of conneX to kick start their improved connectivity.

GTT Business Solutions and the Georgetown Chambers of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) have partnered to celebrate a weeklong series of events in observance of National Small Business Week from April 8-15, 2022.



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