APUA installs broadband in schools

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The Antigua Public Utilities Authority announced today that it has installed high-speed internet in seventeen (17) public primary schools across Antigua.

The APUA Telecommunications Business Unit at present allocates collectively over 440 megabits per second (mbps) to thirteen primary schools and thirteen secondary schools in Antigua.

Over the course of two weeks, which commenced Tuesday May 22nd, 2018, the Authority installed broadband service in 17 government primary schools which were previously without internet access.

These schools include: S. R. Olivia David, Golden Grove, Green Bay, Jennings, Old Road, Freetown, Potters, Buckleys, Cobbs Cross, Freemansville, J. T. Ambrose, Cedar Hall, Mary E. Pigott, New Winthropes, Pigotts Primary Schools, Adele School and School of the Deaf. Each school received up to 20 mbps of high-speed internet.

APUA says further, efforts are currently underway to enhance the quality of service in schools with existing
internet services in cooperation with the Board of Education.

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  1. I hope that they also put protection in against illegal use or misuse of the system, because if not the problem will continue. Every Tom Dick or Harry will be on the internet making it slow.

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