Telephone Directory

TSTT's Telephone Directory gives a comprehensive alphabetical listing of all listed residential and business customers, non-profit organizations, government and non-government organizations.

TSTT's Telephone Directory is categorized as follows:

TSTT's TELEPHONE DIRECTORY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

The following highlights the products and services which are offered by TSTT's Telephone Directory Section.

White & Fax Pages Customers can purchase
  • Listings
  • Extra Listings
  • Bold Listings
  • Superbold Listings
  • Superbold Listings with Yellow Highlight
Yellow Pages Customers can purchase
  • Listings
  • Extra Listings
  • Bold Listings
  • Space ads with text (& logo)
  • Display ads (with or without Spot colour)
  • Display ads (full colour) minimum size - 1/8 of a page
Cover Customers can purchase the
  • Inside of the front cover
  • Inside of the back cover
  • Outside of the back cover (First come first served basis)
Glossy Inserts Customers can purchase
  • A full colour glossy ad (a minimum size of 1/2 page)

In keeping with the new legal and regulatory framework governing the telecommunications sector in Trinidad and Tobago, a charge of $1.00 VAT exclusive per call was introduced on September 1st, 2006, for calls to Directory Enquiries (6411) from fixed line and mobile phones.

Fixed line customers are entitled to two (2) free calls per month to Directory Enquiries. In addition, all fixed line customers who are visually impaired ** are exempted from this charge of $1.00 per call.

TSTT will continue to have Telephone Directories available annually for the benefit of all our customers free of charge.

** Visually impaired registered owners of fixed lines must register with either the Blind Welfare Association or the Disability Unit of the Ministry of Social Development. These units are charged with the responsibility of authenticating the visually impaired status of individuals and will provide this information to TSTT. There are different centers affiliated to the Ministry of Social Development across Trinidad & Tobago.