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May 14, 2013
Cable Bahamas doubles international Internet capacity to meet increasing usage

Cable Bahamas Ltd. has implemented a major increase in its international connectivity to the rest of the world as part of its ongoing network optimization plans. On Monday, May 13 it boosted its capacity between The Bahamas and its primary and secondary connection points to the global Internet in the United States by over 220 per cent, or a more than six-fold increase since its undersea fiber was...

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May 21, 2013
Cable Bahamas launches REVON Extreme

Less than one month after officially launching speed increases of 500 percent, Cable Bahamas has now released its much-anticipated REVON Extreme. This new level of service delivers home Internet speeds at up to 70 megabits per second, which is nearly nine times faster than the nearest competition. The company claims that it is the fastest Internet service that has ever been available to resident...

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March 25, 2011
Cable Bahamas partnering with global IP services company

Sigma Systems, an industry leader in advanced IP (Internet Protocol) service fulfillment solutions, and Cable Bahamas, the country's largest provider of broadband and cable TV services, announced today that the operator will upgrade its operational support system (OSS) with Sigma Systems' Device Provisioning Manager software.
Cable Bahamas will utilize the software to support its voice and broadba...

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April 18, 2013
Wemyss Bight, Eleuthera receives REV Triple Play Services from Cable Bahamas

Nassau, Bahamas, April
18, 2013 -- Cable Bahamas Ltd announced today that residents of Wemyss
Bight, South Eleuthera can now experience digital TV, broadband
Internet, and telephone services in their community. Residents of this
settlement in South Eleuthera can now enjoy all of the advanced services
provided by Cable Bahamas, including it's upgraded broadband Internet
services due to launch...

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March 10, 2011
Internet company offering Google Apps to customers

After hundreds of thousands of dollars invested in infrastructure, a Family Island-based Internet company has formed a partnership with Google in an effort to expand its business and increase its product offerings.
Bahamas WiMax, an Abaco-based wireless
internet service provider, has reached an agreement with Google to bring the Google Apps suite of products to its customers.
CEO of the Bahamas Wi...

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April 04, 2013
BTC Snr. VP responds to 'misplaced' comments on CARIFTA Games Internet services

NASSAU, New Providence
(April 2nd, 2013) - The Bahamas Telecommunications company Ltd. (BTC)
today responded to what the company called "misplaced" allegations of
"poor internet coverage for the Media" during the BTC CARIFTA Games.

Senior Vice President of Communications and Marketing, Marlon Johnson was firm in his response to the allegations.

"BTC
wishes to make it clear that the company d...

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Legendary artist David Bowie dies at 69
January 12, 2016
Legendary artist David Bowie dies at 69

David Bowie has died after a battle with cancer, his representative confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

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June 19, 2012
Mass failure of BTC system

The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) has launched an internal investigation into the cause of a nationwide system outage that disrupted services to more than 300,000 mobile, landline and broadband customers yesterday, company officials said.

For most of yesterday, BTC customers were unable to make mobile or landline calls, send text messages or access broadband Internet services provided ...

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April 02, 2013
BTC gets bad publicity over CARIFTA service

Bahamas Telecomunications Company (BTC) board member Bradley Roberts has pointed to "embarrassing publicity" received by BTC over reported inefficient Internet coverage at the 2013 CARIFTA Games, and suggested that the company's explanation on the matter was unacceptable.
BTC was criticized, as it was the lead sponsor of the games. However, BTC officials blamed the organizers of CARIFTA for the l...

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February 21, 2012
Banks 'holding back' business by lack of e-commerce

Banks have been thriving in The Bahamas for more than 100 years on loans and mortgages, but the country is still missing out on a golden opportunity to cash in on the e-commerce sector, according to the manager of a local consulting group.
Damien Forsythe, manager of e-commerce at MWF Group Bahamas, told Guardian Business that banks providing merchant services would not only grow local businesses,...

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