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Caricel has entered into a relationship with Alepo which is expected to open the door to the new technology very soon.
Caricel said last month, after the announcement that it had been given the third licence, that it intends to bring "cutting-edge technology, lightning fast broadband speeds and serious innovation to the industry", so that Jamaican consumers will have "First-World products and services provided by a Jamaican-owned and controlled company, for the first time".
Flow has also promised 4G LTE, but continues promoting its service as 4G broadband.
The company, which was recently acquired by UK firm Liberty Global, says on its website that its 4G network has been designed to be easily extendable to support LTE and that, "in the very near future FLOW will be rolling out 42 Mbps HSPA in some of its countries of operation".
However, the company also admits that 4G broadband is the name it has given to the Internet service it is offering and has confirmed that it intends to introduce 4G LTE soon.When I got there it only took minutes for one of them to tell me I suit the ghetto. A couple friends of mine who work and stay in Ocho Rios invited me to their REAL home in Spanish Town, in the parish of St Catherine.I agreed without hesitation, not knowing what I was in for.Through the wall I could hear the sound of an infant child so I asked about it.The brother told me it was his daughter in the next room and asked if I’d like to see her. He led me around the front of the house to another door and inside I saw his girlfriend and 3 little girls, aged 8 years, 6 years and 6 months. This is looking out his door into the dark walkway.