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TSTT shows appreciation for partnership with govt agencies

Published: 
Thursday, January 5, 2017
TSTT's Senior Manager Government, Security and Directories Business Darryl Duke, centre, and acting Manager Enterprise Marketing Siobhan Thompson, far right, pose for a photo with entertainers, from left to right, Xone, Sekon Sta and Preedy.

As a government-owned business and the lone national telecommunications company in T&T serving both citizens and government agencies, TSTT has fostered a strong collaborative partnership with the various state ministries across the country, as it continues to do its part to provide necessary technological support to the public sector.

A release said TSTT has been working assiduously to improve its service to all clients, evidenced by its recently launched state-of-the-art 4G LTE network, the first of its kind in the country, which now makes surfing the web on your mobile device faster and easier than ever before.

“Since its incorporation some 25 years ago, TSTT has developed a suite of services that has placed it in a unique position. No other service provider in T&T offers fixed line and mobile communications, entertainment, broadband access, business and home alarm monitoring services, and now with our brand new 4G LTE network, the possibilities are indeed endless. We feel very privileged to be able to deliver some of the enabling technologies that support the hard work being done by our public sector,” said TSTT’s Manager of Government Sales and Services, Gervon Abraham, who was present at an appreciation event hosted by the company to honour members of the various arms of state agencies.

The special affair was held recently at Siam Cocktail Lounge, Queen’s Park Savannah, and attendees represented various Ministries, including Social Development and Family Services, Public Utilities, Labour, Finance and Planning and Development.

Ronell Noel of the Ministry of Labour said he looks forward to attending the appreciation event every year as TSTT always ensures its guests feel welcomed and valued. “They really show us a lot of appreciation and I think it’s a great way to give back to their clients. It proves that it’s not just about the money but about building relationships and going forward together as one.”

Nadine Earle, who represented the Ministry of Social Development, concurred, saying, “I always appreciate coming to TSTT engagements. The service is number one and in everything they do, they really try to put their clients and customers first.”

The evening proceeded smoothly and guests sampled refreshing drinks and tasty treats which flowed all evening. Attendees had a good time grooving along to music from parang group Los Cantantes Celestiales, songstress Natasha Benjamin, as well as soca artistes Preedy, Xone and Sekon Sta, who all put on a good show.