CABINET: fiber-optic cables have been laid in several communities on the north of the island

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APUA Minister Robin yEARWOOD

Cabinet Notes:

 

The Minister responsible for Public Utilities reported that underground fiber-optic cables have been laid in several communities on the north of the island.

 

By the end of June 2021, connections to homes and businesses will commence.

 

The APUA is also in the process of investing in its own underwater-sea-cable that will enable it to lower the cost of the broadband service to homes, hotels and other businesses.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. I am an iNet customer and I live on the north side of the island. I welcome this upgrade in the Internet service. I can’t wait until the end of June 2021 to see the improvement in the Internet Service. It is very frustrated at night when doing my online school assignments where the Internet is not at its best most times. Couple of nights I missed a live classroom chat with one of my professor because of a bad Internet connection. I had to email my professor the next day and let her knows of the bad Internet connection just to save me from losing attendance marks. She told me that she saw when I try to connect several times to the live chat.

  2. Hey, yo Robin: Granny have to bade, Tanti have to bade, Jamal have to bade and Tiny have you bade.
    A government that cannot provide water to its citizens should not be in office.

    Time for you to go!!!!

    • @ DESERT ROSE

      Desert Rose…Time for you to SHUT YOUR BIG MOUTH. All of Us are bathing. UPP DONE / FINISHED…UPP.( UNHAPPY PEOPLE PARTY ).

      • Really Eric.

        Do you know how stupid you sound

        Please see letter of today written by a frustrated citizen.

  3. Here we go again:

    Get real, people.
    What happen to the basic necessity: clean potable water?

    DO NOT TELL me about fiber optics when you CANNOT MANAGE the basic water supply system.

    Are we so FOOLISH? We allow the politrickians to deceive us with propaganda and lies.
    Mr. government misleader of public utilities: You have been in parliament for over 40 years, and you still cannot manage one of the most basic infrastructure of any government: WATER SUPPY.

    Antiguans: It is time to wake up and stop allowing misleaders to deceive and corrupt you.
    Take care of the basic matters first. You are building the roof of the building even before the foundation is completed. Are you mad? Well, maybe not mad….But CORRUPT AND EVIL!

    Fibre optics internet is good, but PLEASE GET THE WATER PROBLEM SOLVED FIRST. It was this same government minister who proclaimed that any government that cannot supply the basic supply of water; should be chased out of office. SHAMEFUL!

    Sir: take it from me; you will have to give account one day soon for your stewardship of government.

    FOOLISH ANTIGUANS! CORRUPT ANTIGUANS!

    Your day of reckoning is FAST APPROACHING.

    WORLD “CRYSIS”: WHERE ARE YOU GOING TO RUN WHEN YOUR NAME IS CALLED IN JUDGEMENT?

  4. @ ERIC who the hell raise you a GOAT ?
    WHEN YOU HAVING SEX DO YOU CALL OUT GASTON’S NAME YIKES ! STOP SITTING ON YOUR BRAIN , ALLOW YOURSELF TO USE IT YOU MIGHT LIKE IT .

  5. Robin the Hood. another scamp that must be removed from office and politics. He must be made to pay back all the funds he stole from us.

  6. Look who are the people that lives in the north side of the island. Those are people (most of them) who can afford LIME and FLOW.

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