Cruisers to surf the web with the help of LIME

| 08/12/2009

(CNS): With the introduction of high-speed, high-powered WI-FI Internet Hot Spots to the George Town port cruise passengers will be able to surf the web through LIME’s new service. Designed to accommodate the growing numbers of cruise ship passengers and crew using netbooks and laptops LIME has rolled out the service across a number the Caribbean ports of call that will also benefit local residents and stay-over tourists in range of the signal. LIME said that the signal in Cayman will cover a 500 metre radius of the port and the service is provided in partnership with World Wi-Fi Network (WWN).

 

Customers who want to utilise the service can do so using a credit card or by purchasing scratch-off cards from Hot Spot locations identified by distinctive LIME banners which will be displayed at all locations.  Cable and Wireless account holders will be able to utilize the service through their passwords. 

Chris Dehring, Chief Marketing Officer for LIME Caribbean, commenting on the introduction of the new service said the objective was to ensure that everyone across the region has the ability to stay connected whether they live in the region or are just visiting a short stay or an extended visit. “We are confident that this new service will be embraced by thousands of visitors to our islands,” he added.  

Cruisers to surf the web with the help of LIME (CNS): With the introduction of high-speed, high-powered WI-FI Internet Hot Spots to the George Town port cruise passengers will be able to surf the web through LIME’s new service. Designed to accommodate the growing numbers of cruise ship passengers and crew using netbooks and laptops LIME has rolled out the service across a number the Caribbean ports of call that will also benefit local residents and stay-over tourists in range of the signal. LIME said that the signal in Cayman will cover a 500 metre radius of the port and the service is provided in partnership with World Wi-Fi Network (WWN).

Customers who want to utilise the service can do so using a credit card or by purchasing scratch-off cards from Hot Spot locations identified by distinctive LIME banners which will be displayed at all locations.  Cable and Wireless account holders will be able to utilize the service through their passwords. 

Chris Dehring, Chief Marketing Officer for LIME Caribbean, commenting on the introduction of the new service said the objective was to ensure that everyone across the region has the ability to stay connected whether they live in the region or are just visiting a short stay or an extended visit. “We are confident that this new service will be embraced by thousands of visitors to our islands,” he added.  

 

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  1. Pale Rider says:

    WoW!…they say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing…I can’t expect that LIME is going to be very happy to read this…

  2. Marek says:

    All Cafe del Sol locations (including the two in town) have always offered free wireless access service and are very popular with cruise ship passengers and locals alike.

    Marquee, Camana Bay, Aqua Mall and Fort Street locations all broadcast:

    CDS4PASSWORD… simply enter:

    goodmuffin … as the password and you have high speed access.

    It’s left on 24/7 and can be seen from outside. So if you’re ever in a pinch and need to check your email or download an urgent file… just roll by one of the locations… enter the password and you’re good to go.