TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES JAMAICA
Digicel is a mobile phone network provider in the Caribbean region. Based in Jamaica, the company provides mobile services in 23 in the Caribbean and Central America with more than six million wireless users. Digicel is preparing to launch in the British Virgin Islands, Honduras and Panama which will bring it to a total of 26 markets. Meanwhile its sister operation Digicel Pacific to date (Jan 2008) operates in three markets in the South Pacific (Samoa, Papua New Guinea and Tonga) with launches imminent in Fiji and Vanuatu.  The company's largest competitor in the Caribbean region is Cable & Wireless's bmobile brand.
Peoples Telecom Jamaica
In January 2003, a seemingly ordinary journey from the Norman Manley International Airport saw the manifestation of brain power into a telecommunications masterpiece when Keecha Hamilton and Eric McGregor looked at the telecommunication industry in Jamaica and recognized the need for a homegrown carrier to offer an affordable solution to its people at home and abroad. At this time, Jamaica was already two years into deregulation, yet international calling remained too expensive for effective communication. These young Jamaicans decided there and then that they would take on the responsibility to provide the average Jamaican with what should be the fruits of deregulation; the access to affordable means of communication.
CW Jamaica is fully committed to introduce ,implement, and continously improve the quality Telecommunication service, and to a leading wireless service provider in Country.