LIME expands HSPA+ network in Saint Lucia

Tuesday 7 October 2014 | 17:28 CET | News
Telecoms operator LIME, owned by UK-based Cable & Wireless Communications, is close to completing the nationwide expansion of its HSPA+ network in Saint Lucia, TeleGeography reports. The upgrade started in the north of the island, including capital Castries. LIME had recently switched on new base stations in parts of the south, including Coconut Bay, Vieux Fort, Laborie, Mt. Victorine, Savannes-Hilltop/Wine and Anse Ger. The expansion is part of a USD 13 million investment plan to upgrade LIME's mobile, broadband and landline networks across Saint Lucia.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Lime
Countries: Saint Lucia
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