Bills paid, but no service To the Editor
Guyana Chronicle
March 4, 2002

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It seems to me that people will not cease to leave Guyana, for quite a lot of reasons. I'll give you a few examples:

* I just paid my phone bills, regular home phone and cellular phone, but you know what happened? Neither of my phones is working, for what reason, I don't know. My husband visited the GT&T office to find out what's wrong. Of course, the royal push around...we don't have staff to fix this and we don't have staff to check that.

You mean to tell me that I have to pay rental and tax fee but it's okay not to receive any service? How much longer do we have to go through this? Citizens are working so hard due to cost of living in this country and yet still when you spend a few dollars, you wonder where it's really going.

This is a shame, complete shame. I'm frustrated, completely frustrated. I just feel like taking my phone and throwing it out a window, then take my luggage and find another country where I can have good benefit and services. Why work and pay bills in Guyana? What quality service do we ever get? Will we ever get?