CWC brings IPTV to the Cayman Islands

Caribbean telco LIME has launched its IPTV service ‘LIME TV’ in the Cayman Islands, around a year after first launching the service in Barbados.

LIME TV includes over 120 linear channels in the Cayman Islands, including some of the major US networks (ABC, CBS and NBC).

The service also features several hours of locally-produced programming each week, and a Filipino channel to cater to the island’s large Filipino community.

LIME has also signed an agreement with US network HBO to broadcast a special package of its channels including HBO Caribbean.

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