FLOW ANNOUNCES INCREASED INTERNET SPEEDS

Faster internet speeds and greater value are about to be delivered to Flow fibre broadband customers.

Starting April 1st, all customers that have already been migrated to the company’s state-of-the-art Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) platform will be enjoying on average three times faster internet speeds.

Customers will receive the increase in bandwidth without any additional cost for the month of April before Flow formally launches its refreshed suite of internet packages – Basic, Essential, Plus, Max, Turbo, Ultra and Gigabit – starting May 1st.

“Earlier this year, we were very proud to position Barbados as the ?rst country in the world to have 100% Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) connectivity. Now, we are poised to deliver the fastest internet speeds ever seen in the Caribbean,” said Sharon Jemmott, Head of Products, Flow Barbados.

This is the dawn of a new era in terms of connectivity for Barbados and we are very pleased to be delivering increased speeds, capacity and reliability via our new network. We have also invested significant capital in our networks and we have done this because we believe in the power of a connected society.”

Flow's download speeds will be moving from 2Mbps to 15Mbps (Basic); 12Mbps to 30Mbps (Essential); 20Mbps to 60Mbps (Plus); 50Mbps to 150Mbps (Max); 150Mbps to 250Mbps (Turbo); and 300Mbps to 350Mbps (Ultra). Last month, the company also unveiled its 1Gbps package, the fastest internet speed ever in the Caribbean.

Flow’s download speeds will be moving from 2Mbps to 15Mbps (Basic); 12Mbps to 30Mbps (Essential); 20Mbps to 60Mbps (Plus); 50Mbps to 150Mbps (Max); 150Mbps to 250Mbps (Turbo); and 300Mbps to 350Mbps (Ultra). Last month, the company also unveiled its 1Gbps package, the fastest internet speed ever in the Caribbean.

Jemmott said that while customers are enjoying faster internet speeds, the effect on monthly bills will be minimal to none.

In keeping with our promise to provide customers with the very best service experience and value options in Barbados, there will only be a slight increase to our package structures,” she said.

“There will be an increase of five and three dollars respectively for the Basic and Essential package, a ten dollar increase for the Plus, Max and Turbo packages, and the price for the Ultra package remains unchanged. This represents exceptional value.”

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