The Pink Rose Ball committee of Abaco was pleased to have the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) on the PINK team for their 5th Annual Pink Rose Ball, held in Marsh Harbour this past October. BTC staff were pleased to support Chairman, Melinda Pinder from The Pink Rose Ball Committee whose …
Hope Town District Council Holds Meeting in Man-O-War: Capital Funds, Cell Tower and Other Items Top Agenda
The Hope Town District Council held its monthly meeting on October 4 in the Man-O-War Primary School to discuss routine matters. The Council feels it can represent its constituents better by meeting in the various settlements. Chief Councillor Jeremy Sweeting announced that the district would be getting $20,000 in capital …
As the independent regulator of the electricity sector (ES) in The Bahamas, The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority, URCA has initiated its public consultation process on the Bahamas Power & Light Company Ltd’s, (BPL), consumer protection plan, (CPP). BPL provides electricity to over 100,000 customers in New Providence and the …
One such individual is Ms. Priscilla Dawkins who has been a dedicated and passionate employee of BTC for more than two decades and currently serves as the Customer Service Supervisor for the Retail Store in Marsh Harbour Abaco.
The best and brightest of Abaco’s Basketball community put on a high-flying spectacle for the Abaco Basketball Association’s annual night of competition on February 18, 2017. Basketball Enthusiasts on Abaco turned out in their numbers at the Ocean View Park to take in the sights and sounds of the fierce three-point shoot and highly contested Slam Dunk competitions!
Thousands of visitors and locals came together to enjoy yet another grand display of colours, rhythm and dancing on February 21 and 22 as the annual ‘Love Rush’ Junkanoo parade concluded with two three-time winners. The Spring City Rockers took first in the Senior Category and Forest Heights Academy took First in the Junior Category.
Abaco received Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s (BTC) latest upgrade in mobile technology as they launched 4G LTE (LongTerm Evolution) here as well as in New Providence, Grand Bahama and Eleuthera with other islands to be networked-in over the ensuing months.
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) with CEO Geoff Houston hosted a corporate party at Below Decks at Abaco Beach Resort on December 2 with the view to foster a better relationship with the business community of Abaco.
Blood Drives at Abaco’s Cooper’s Town Clinic and the Marsh Harbour Parish Hall on the pre-Halloween weekend garnered a large number of willing participants for a record total of 70 donated pints of blood for the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH.) The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) and a medical team from PMH saw a massive turn-out for their October weekend Blood Drive organized to help restore low levels at PMH. To encourage a healthy turnout, BTC gave away phones, phone cards, tablets and refreshments.
BTC, in an effort to reach out to its business customers, organized a complimentary breakfast for invited guests on March 1. Present from BTC were CEO Geoff Huoston, Marlon Johnson – VP of Marketing and Communications, Gershan Major – VP of Channels and Marketing, and many others among BTC’s “Enterprise Team.” The breakfast was held Below Decks at Abaco Beach Resort.