Cable Bahamas has sought and received permission from the Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX) for a delay until May 30, 2013 to complete and file its 2012 annual report and accounts.
The wait is over as 45,000 broadband Internet subscribers in The Bahamas have already seen a five-times increase in their speeds at no additional cost, according to Cable Bahamas Ltd. The company announced the speed increases at a press conference on April 12, with an official launch day of April 22. The process has been nearly two years in the making.
Cable Bahamas Ltd announced today that residents of Wemyss Bight, South Eleuthera can now experience digital TV, broadband Internet, and telephone services in their community. Residents of this settlement in South Eleuthera can now enjoy all of the advanced services provided by Cable Bahamas, including it's upgraded broadband Internet services due to launch in Eleuthera mid-May.
Cable Bahamas announced a quantum leap forward for its REVON Broadband Internet subscribers and for The Bahamas, with the launch of a dramatic increase in speeds of more than 500 per cent. These major speed increases come with no change in costs to any of the company's existing levels of service. The company also announced an entirely new offering that will be released in the coming weeks and that will deliver up to 70 megabits per second Internet access.