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Telecommunications Regulation


The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) is an independent regulatory body responsible for the liberalization and regulation of the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors.  Detailed information on the Authority and its activities can be found on the TATT website by following the link at the end of this page.  The Authority seeks: 

  • To establish conditions for an open market for telecommunications services including conditions for fair competition.
  • To facilitate the orderly development of a national telecommunications system that would serve to strengthen the national, social, cultural and economic well-being of Trinidad and Tobago.
  • To promote universal access to telecommunications services for all persons in Trinidad and Tobago.
  • To regulate broadcasting services.
  • To promote the telecommunications industry by encouraging investment in telecommunications infrastructure and use of telecommunications services.
  • To promote and protect the interests of the public by promoting access to a variety of affordable and high quality telecommunications services, as well as reliable information to facilitate decision-making.



Where can I find more information?

Detailed information on the Authority and its activities can be found on the TATT website by following the link below, or by contacting the Authority at:

Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago


Trinidad 
5 Eighth Avenue Extension, off Twelfth Street,
Barataria
Telephones: (868)675-8288 or (868)221-8288 or (868) 222-8288
Fax: (868)674-1055
Email: info@tatt.org.tt

Tobago 
Shop #D 48,
Gulf City Lowlands Mall,
Lowlands,
Tobago 
Telephone: (868) 639-8288

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