Digicel T&T is not in financial trouble and no restructuring of the company is contemplated at this point in time.
That’s the response from the company’s corporate communications manager, Penny Gomez, who told the Sunday Business Guardian, that Digicel’s Caribbean operations remain solid and intact.
Digicel has been in the news recently with an article in the Irish Times raising concerns about its financial stability and doubts on the operations of Digicel and its future prospects in the region.
Digicel has announced that it has reached an agreement to end to its sponsorship relationship with Cricket West Indies one year early, following a successful 13-year partnership.
Digicel (Trinidad & Tobago) has sent a 210-foot barge with supplies to send to countries severely affected by Hurricane Irma.
In a statement issued Monday morning, Digicel said that with the damage to the islands being described as “unprecedented”, a massive barge scheduled to set sail for the islands of Anguilla and the British Virgin Islands on Sunday night was filled with network equipment, basic food and household item - as well first aid kits - and is expected to reach the islands in three to four days.
Communications provider Digicel is maintaining that customer privacy has not been breached and is a factor behind the confidence customers have shown in the network.
It responded via a statement, after a newspaper report indicated that Cabinet members have been asked to switch to Bmobile because of fears that a senior manager working there, could possibly leak information.
The following is as statement by Digicel.
Minister of Public Administration and Communications, Maxie Cuffie will meet with Digicel to discuss the proposed job cuts that are likely to affect employees in Trinidad and Tobago.
The announcement of the global job cuts came on Wednesday.
The Ministry issued this statement today: