Monday, April 22, 2024

$40m more for LIME fibre project


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An additional $40 million is to be invested by LIME as it moves into phase two of its Fibre To The Home Project.

News of this emerged following Wednesday night’s official launch of the company’s Upgrade Barbados project at Windsor Lodge, St Michael.

At the event, LIME Barbados chief executive officer Oliver Chatten said on top of the 75 000 homes now benefiting from the fibre project, an additional 37 000 homes would have access in phase two.

Having invested $160 million in the venture so far, LIME will spend a further $40 million in the second stage. Chatten said the company would also focus on its stores and customer service. (SC)

Please read the full story in today’s WEEKEND NATION, or in the eNATION edition.


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