Lime launches 4G network in Dominica

Tuesday 21 October 2014 | 15:15 CET | News
Dominica telecommunications operator Lime, owned by UK-based Cable & Wireless Communications, invested over USD 4.5 million to launch its 4G network in Dominica. The network, which has 54 mobile base stations, covers most of the island and will be fully deployed by the end of this month. Lime provides telecoms services in 13 countries across the Caribbean.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Lime
Countries: Dominica
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