Tuesday 13th February 2018 - Anguilla: The need for amazing connectivity has never been stronger, with the need to grow minds and businesses. Now that’s made possible thanks to Digicel’s fibre internet and TV that will be rolled out in Anguilla in the coming weeks.
Now what’s so amazing about Digicel’s fibre? Well, according to the Fibre to the Home Council Europe, it's a fact that fibre to the home is the fastest and most reliable way to access the internet.
A first for Anguilla, Digicel’s fibre uses the latest digital and fibre technology to deliver superfast connectivity that goes all the way into homes and doesn't stop at the street, meaning customers will get consistently fast speeds they can rely on and experience HD TV like never before. It is more resilient because it's unaffected by the elements, terrain or distance so customers get uninterrupted connectivity with speeds of up to 200Mbps.
Kerchelle Jn. Charles-Hodge, CEO for Digicel Anguilla commented; "We're bringing the real deal in next generation internet technology and home entertainment to everyone. Anguillans can look forward to a superior home internet and unmatched TV viewing experience that can only be delivered via pure fibre piped right into their homes as opposed to one that stops at the roadside."
"Technology is changing and so is the demand of customers, so we're committed to delivering a next generation network that allows everyone to benefit now and into the future. Think of it as a brand-new internet highway that goes all the way into your home, or office, and you can be one of the first to enjoy it. Plus it won't get congested - it's a highway that is built for the future as the capacity is virtually unlimited," added Jn Charles-Hodge.
Also launched in Barbados, Bermuda, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, Digicel’s fibre is tried and tested to deliver the amazing speeds that Anguillans are longing for. Digicel was ranked number one for internet transfer speeds in Jamaica according to Netflix’s latest ISP Speed Index in 2016, and in Trinidad and Tobago, it was recognised by Ookla as having the internet speeds in the country.
To register your interest in the new service, e-mail your address and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org.