Group CEO Digicel Cable and Broadband John Suranyi says there is a “mad rush on”‘ for customers signing up for its latest high definition home entertainment — Digicel Play. The company is already close to passing fibre by some 150,000 homes in Kingston and Portmore.
The new package, which includes fibre, fixed lines and internet services, forms part of a US$100 million investment that the telecoms company has been deploying since September to bring Jamaica on par with countries such as Korea, Europe and the United States.
“Its the only fibre in Jamaica that is fibre to the house,” Suranyi said, offering faster service as a result. “There is no old-fashioned cable.”
Published in the Observer
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