Find Telecommunication expertise in Grenada

In 2006 the telecommunications sector in Grenada contributed 7.4% towards GDP (Econstats, 2006). The total labour force employed by the telecommunications sector was 212 in 2001 (Econstats, 2006), however given the developments in the sector that have occurred since the turn of the century; this is likely to have noticeably increased.

There are several telecommunication companies working in Grenada, including the Caribbean company Cable & Wireless (Grenada) Ltd, other telecommunication firms include Global Network Providers Grenada Inc., and Digicel Grenada Limited, all of which offer fixed line, mobile phone and internet services. Mobile phone companies operating on the island are Grenada Wireless Holdings Ltd and 21st Century Telecom Network (Caribbean) Ltd. There are also several local internet providers, including Grenada Cablevision Limited, and Grencomm Limited.  The telecommunications sector in Grenada became fully liberalised at the beginning of the 21st century, following the implementation of Telecommunications Act 31 of 2000.

The National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission is responsible for the regulation of telecommunications in Grenada; they issue licenses and ensure fair and competitive prices. The National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission was established following the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority Treaty and the Telecommunications Act 31 of 2000, in order to regulate the newly liberalised telecommunications market.

In 2013 several policy makers from the Ministry of Education began developing an Open Education Resource (OER) policy for Grenada. Participants identified strategic education priorities for Grenada, defined policy positions on the ICT infrastructure and connectivity, as well as the use of ICT for education, management and administration, human resources and governance issues.

Telecoms and Internet Service Providers organisations in Grenada
National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission