Logic launches LTE fixed-wireless broadband service

4 May 2021

Cayman Islands ISP Logic Communications has launched a new fixed-wireless home broadband service in eastern districts of Grand Cayman not currently covered by its fibre-optic network. The new 4G LTE service replaces a fixed-wireless network withdrawn in 2020 and provides download/upload speeds of 10Mbps/5Mbps for KYD65 (USD78) a month or 30Mbps/15Mbps (KYD105). Logic said in a press release that it plans to expand the footprint of its wireless and fibre-optic networks over the coming year to provide reliable broadband to 100% of Grand Cayman and the Sister Island. The operator also noted the LTE network will be upgradeable to 5G in the future. ‘OfReg has done a good job pushing us to expand our broadband coverage and we are happy to say that we now cover approximately 90% of the population of Grand Cayman with broadband internet, and we are pushing hard to cover the rest of Cayman as soon as we can,’ said Logic CEO Rob McNabb.

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