In a move to help Grand Bahamians who have suffered so much devastation in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew get connected to family, friends and loved ones, Cable Bahamas has activated a free WiFi hotspot at its main office on East Atlantic Drive in Freeport.
REV has implemented a number of policy changes for REVTV, REVON and REVOICE customers.
Cable Bahamas advised today that it has been informed of an e-mail that is currently being distributed that falsely appears to be originating from the company and is targeting users of the company’s CoralWave e-mail service.
Broadband Internet in The Bahamas will get a whole lot faster for subscribers that have TV, internet and phone services from REV, (or, triple play services the company calls Trio) beginning today. The communications company announced that it has launched broadband speed boosts between 40 and 100 per cent to new and existing Trio REV customers beginning Monday, April 25th, all at no extra cost.
Cable Bahamas announced today the expansion of its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) service offering to over one hundred homes in Victoria Gardens.
Cable Bahamas Ltd announced today that it has implemented a network-wide increase in upload speeds for all residential REVON broadband Internet subscribers in The Bahamas. The historic increase in upload speeds marks the first time such a boost has happened since broadband was first introduced in The Bahamas by Cable Bahamas in 2000.
Two subscribers to Cable Bahamas REVON broadband Internet service got a hefty reward last week when they were randomly selected as the winners of the telecom company's giveaway promotion.
Less than one month after officially launching speed increases of 500 per cent, Cable Bahamas has now released its much-anticipated REVON Extreme. This new level of service delivers home Internet speeds at up to 70 megabits per second, which is nearly nine times faster than the nearest competition
Cable Bahamas Ltd announced today that it is implementing a major increase in its international connectivity to the rest of the world as part of its ongoing network optimisation plans. On Monday, May 13 it will boost its capacity between The Bahamas and its primary and secondary connection points to the global Internet in the United States by over 220 per cent, or a more than six-fold increase since its undersea fibre was launched over ten years ago.
Nearly 150 public and private school students in Nassau were given an opportunity to experience the major speed increases that Cable Bahamas introduced to over 45,000 REVON Internet subscribers on April 22.
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