Lime launches 4G HSPA+ network in St. Lucia

Thursday 11 July 2013 | 11:59 CET | News
Lime, the Caribbean business of Cable & Wireless Communications, has launched 4G HSPA+ mobile data services in St. Lucia. Lime rolled out its HSPA+ mobile data network ahead of its planned commercial launch to enable customers to monitor the progress of Tropical Storm Chantal which passed the island on 9 July. Users were able to access instant messaging, storm tracking apps and global positioning satellite services.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Cable & Wireless Communications / Lime
Countries: Saint Lucia
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