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April 07, 2014
Has Cable Bahamas fulfilled its original mission

It is axiomatic to suggest that a modern Bahamas requires modern infrastructure. We appreciate the need for a world-class airport in the capital and second city and that many airports in our islands must be updated to be aligned with the increasing travel demands of citizens and visitors.
There is also an urgent need to maintain our docks for inter-island mail boat transportation and we have recen...

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September 08, 2010
Technology firms donate to school

Bahamas WiMax, the wireless Internet Service Provider, has partnered with Nassau-based Lignum Technologies to donate a state-of-the-art computer laboratory to Every Child Counts in Marsh Harbour, Abaco.

Bahamas Wimax's chief executive, Matthew Carey, said: "Computer skills have become required learning

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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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July 13, 2011
Netflix Expanding to The Bahamas

Move will bring competition for Cable Bahamas' pay TV service
 
Netflix's 23 million North American subscriber base will this year, expand to include thousands of users in The Bahamas -- which could spell bad news for Cable Bahamas' profits and its newly-introduced REVTV product.

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May 03, 2012
Cat Island pounces into NGN platform

Over the past weekend BTC took its Neighborhood Connect program to Old Bight, Cat Island, where hundreds of Cat Islanders were treated to a street party complete with local entertainment, local cuisine and giveaways, while browsing the latest technology and services from BTC and being among the first to sign up for high-speed internet service.
Cat Island is among the first to experience BTC's NGN...

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BTC takes Hi-speed Internet to the birthplace of Rake-n-Scrape
May 03, 2012
BTC takes Hi-speed Internet to the birthplace of Rake-n-Scrape

Over the past weekend BTC took its Neighborhood Connect program to Old Bight, Cat Island where hundreds of Cat Islanders were treated to a street party complete with local entertainment, local cuisine and giveaways, while browsing the latest technology and services from BTC and being among the first to sign up for high-speed internet service.

Cat Island is among the first to experience BTC’s ...

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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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July 18, 2012
Kerzner asks BTC to pay up

Kerzner International is seeking compensation from the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) for the losses it suffered as a result of a massive system blackout on June 18, Kerzner Bahamas President and Managing Director George Markantonis has confirmed.
"I think it was obviously very irritating for our customers and certainly for first-time visitors; it was not the kind of memory that we would...

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July 31, 2012
MoT doubles Eleuthera budget to 1.4M

Tourism officials are looking to triple traffic into North Eleuthera from 200,000 to 600,000 annually.
Obie Wilchcombe, the minister of tourism, revealed to Guardian Business that he is elated about the new multimillion-dollar development now ongoing in North Eleuthera.
He confirmed that Eleuthera is one of the islands that need special attention, as the Ministry of Tourism looks to double its mar...

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July 31, 2012
MoT doubles Family Island budget to 1.4M

Tourism officials are looking to triple traffic into North Eleuthera from 200,000 to 600,000 annually.
Obie Wilchcombe, the minister of tourism, revealed to Guardian Business that he is elated about the new multimillion-dollar development now ongoing in North Eleuthera.
He confirmed that Eleuthera is one of the islands that need special attention, as the Ministry of Tourism looks to double its mar...

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