The Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) has announced that it will provide free Wifi at City Gate after a launch on Friday.
A statement from TSTT says it's a gift to the country for the 40th anniversary of becoming a republic.
The following is TSTT's statement:
"Commuters caught in the hustle and bustle of City Gate will now be able to access free WiFi at their fingertips courtesy telecommunications giant, TSTT.
Reigning Road March champion Machel Montano is suing the Telecommunications Services of T&T (TSTT) for terminating its sponsorship deal with him.
In his filed lawsuit, Montano is seeking damages from TSTT for cancelling his contract after he was convicted in 2012 for assaulting four people at the Zen Nightclub, Port-of-Spain.
He is contending the company, of which the Government is the 51 per cent majority shareholder, cancelled the contract without giving him a reason.
TSTT has confirmed that the fire at Macoya was at it's cable yard and says that no one was injured in the blaze.
TSTT issued this statement this afternoon.
"TSTT is aware of a fire at its Cable Yard in Macoya.
The cause of the fire is yet to be determined.
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The T&T Fire Service is currently onsite responding to this situation.