Caribbean News Now is reporting that Grenada has become the fifth Caribbean nation to offer 100 Mbps broadband internet service to consumers. Gail Purcell, country manager of Columbus Communications Grenada Ltd, operating as FLOW, announced last week that residents are now receiving two and a half times more speed than was previously available at no additional cost through its new Let’s Evolve as People (LEAP) campaign. The author writes:
“This leap in capacity is about enabling you, the customer to better utilize broadband in the areas that impact you most,” Purcell told officials, teachers and media gathered for the press conference. “Whether you are participating in online classes, utilizing multiple smart devices at home, video chatting, or downloading large amounts of data for homework, your internet experience has just been considerably improved.”
The population of Grenada can now access the internet much more easily due to the increased speeds. They can look for cheap broadband deals to help them for started on the internet. In addition to boosting the economy through e-commerce, communications officials hope to eventually offer services like paying taxes , registering land online and improving health services.
Read more at Caribbean News Now.
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