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Cayman Islands to get high-spec IPTV service in Q4

Logic Communications, the main service provider in the Cayman Islands (located in the western Caribbean Sea), has confirmed that it plans to launch IPTV services over a purpose-built fibre optic network in the fourth quarter of this year.

The new service will be part of a triple-play package and offer premium programming, multi-room DVR capabilities, video-on-demand and an expanded high-definition channel lineup.

“Logic continues to develop its existing high speed bandwidth options for fibre-to-the-home customers, offering the highest upload/download speeds in the Cayman Islands,” said Mike. Edenholm, CEO of Logic.

“To support the introduction of the expanded service offering, Logic will open a new, larger and improved Customer Care Centre at Governors Square. The new location will offer enhanced customer support services, payment and retail facilities.”

The Cayman Islands are comprised of the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, which together make up a British Overseas Territory, and which are considered to be a major world offshore financial centre.

Given that the subscription costs of a FTTH-based service are likely to be high, Logic will probably be targeting the islands’ high-income residents who might be looking for more functionality than that offered by existing pay-TV providers such as cable operator WestStar TV and DTH providers Dish Network and DirecTV.

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