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LIME Jamaica Announces All Network $2.99 Prepaid One Rate

Jamaica’s leading telecommunications company, LIME, today announced an unprecedented low one rate of $2.99 per minute for all pre-paid calls to any domestic and select international numbers. As of midnight tonight, LIME’s standard Talk EZ Prepaid customers will enjoy the historically low $2.99 per minute


Digicel Launches 4G Mobile Network

Digicel has announced the launch of its brand new 4G Mobile network which will see customers all across Jamaica enjoying a completely unique mobile experience with reliable, superfast internet speeds. The launch of Digicel 4G Mobile means customers island-wide can now surf their favourite websites


Guyanese DTV company gears up to test TD LTE Network

Georgetown, Guyana – Moviestar Guyana, a Guyanese digital television company announced via their Facebook page that it plans to test 24 high definition channels over its new TD-Lte 4G network currently being deployed across the Capital City, Georgetown. The company via its social networking page


Youtube gets new look and revamped features

The revamp train keeps keep making the rounds at Google with its latest stop being Youtube after recent stops at Gmail and Google Reader. Implementing a lot of the features from it’s cosmic panda experiment, Youtube has made some major updates to it’s site while


Google+ Pages finally goes live

The different peices of Google+ are starting to come together more and more. It’s invite only beta preview came in June, the android app followed in July, casual games arrived in August and most recently Google did the invitable and married the +1 button and


MiFi Hits Cayman thanks to Digicel and LIME

With devices getting smaller and more internet ready, internet access on the go has been an issue here in the Cayman. Thankfully, Mobile ISP providers Digicel and LIME have heard the call and have both addressed the issue. Their answer was MiFi. MiFi (A clever


Google unplugs Buzz as it shifts completely to Google+

Google Vice President Bradley Horowitz, one of the main Googlers behind Google+ and in a post on the official Google Blog entitled “A fall sweep” he pulled the plug or signalled the death of a number of Google products, the major one being Google Buzz.