Take Action

Please contact these local authorities and let them know how you feel:

Belize Telecommunications Limited (BTL)


Belize Telecommunications Limited
St. Thomas Street
Belize City
Tel: 501-223-2868
Fax: 501-223-8100
E-mail: prdept@btl.net

PUC (Public Utilities Commission)


Public Utilities Commission
63 Regent Street
Belize City
P.O. Box: 300
Tel: (501) 227-1176 / 227-1185
Fax: (501) 227-1149
Email: consumeraffairs@puc.bz

Belize Chamber of Commerce


The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry
63 Regent Street
P.O. Box 291
Belize City, Belize
Central America
Tel: 501-227-3148 / 0668
Fax: 501-227-4984
Email: bcci@btl.net


9 Responses to Take Action

  1. David Engerson says:

    mmm btl go to jail shut them down might as well

  2. Diamond Studio says:

    Most likely causes:
    The website is under maintenance

  3. Diamond Studio says:

    223-4938 THATS THE PUC

  4. Tony says:

    BOYCOTT BTL. Dont pay your BTL bills. Drive them out of business. Let them make no money. It is that simple. BTL is in Belize because they are making money. Hit them where it hurts, in their pockets. A national effort for about 6months and the will be singing a different tune. BOYCOTT BTL BOYCOTT BTL BOYCOTT BTL

  5. C. Glenn says:

    What is stopping a new telecom company from coming in there, offering services, and running wires (or wireless)?

    Is it legal? If not, why not put together a legal effort to challenge this in court?

    My wife and I would like to retire there, but not if I have to go back to shitty dial-up service.

  6. C. Glenn says:

    Can you collecting signatures in order to force the government to put a new law to a public vote? That’s what we sometimes have to do here in the U.S.

  7. Sam E says:

    yea cut BTL down!!!
    slit their throats.
    i moved out of belize because of BTL’s stupid service.

  8. very enjoyable read i have learnt a lot from this post

  9. Tomas Serrut says:

    My wife and I use Microsoft Office Communicator to communicate with co-workers in the US and India…..as of today this has been blocked by BTL. The technician from the US remotely accessed my computer and confirmed. We just moved back to our beloved Belize and this is what we get. This is insane, instead of moving towards opening up the lines even more limits are being put in place. BTL is making it harder for us to work and spend money in Belize! This makes no sense!

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