Digicel and LIME identified by Netflix’s ISP Index as the Slowest in the Caribbean

Think Jamaicans are feisty about their slow Broadband Internet? They may now have a reason after it was revealed that Digicel has the slowest Broadband in the Caribbean. So says Netflix in their Netflix’s ISP Index for the month of December 2014, which ranked all the Caribbean ISP in terms of their ability to Stream Netflix […]

Flow revamps Website with streamlined look for the region

Flow continues to streamline it’s brand across the English speaking Caribbean. After updating their logo a few months ago, Flow has now revamped their website to offer a similar look and feel throughout the Caribbean countries in which the Flow brand operates. These territories are Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Curacao and Grenada. The new websites […]

LIME Jamaica rolls out 100 Mbps ‘Fibre to the Home’

On November 1, the Rhyne Park Community in St. James became the first Jamaican community to surf the web using ‘Fibre to the Home’ (FTTH) – the latest technology in high speed internet connection being introduced by LIME. The service is also available in the Morris Meadows community located in St. Catherine. “This technology will revolutionize […]

LIME Jamaica’s latest moves: Steps in the right direction?

I have had an interesting relationship with LIME over the last few years; from praises to criticisms, then more criticisms, then praises… One of the prime issues I have had with LIME is their tendency to pull and discontinue potentially killer promotions and services, it is like unveiling the latest long-ranged stealth 5th generation aircraft, […]

MiFi Hits Cayman thanks to Digicel and LIME

With devices getting smaller and more internet ready, internet access on the go has been an issue here in the Cayman. Thankfully, Mobile ISP providers Digicel and LIME have heard the call and have both addressed the issue. Their answer was MiFi. MiFi (A clever acronym for Mobile Wifi) offers internet connectivity over the air […]

Digicel Wimax: One Year After Launch

It is just a year ago that Digicel’s Wimax erupted onto the local broadband market with the aim of revolutionising and completely remodelling Jamaica’s broadband service. After routing the telecoms juggernaut Claro in the christmas battle a year before, Digicel had re-equipped it’s forces and turned its attention to Jamaica’s decrepit internet system. The company, […]