The telecommunications business in the Cayman Islands is about to
experience a great change. Cable & Wireless has merged with Columbus
Communications and so we say “farewell” to the LIME brand and “hello”
Cayman Bacchanal is the evolution of Carnival in the Cayman Islands; an
organization developed to redefine Carnival culture and make it the
islands’ own, with special celebrations leading up to Cayman Carnival.
Back in March 2014, LIME announced a $30 million investment in its networks in the Cayman Islands, along with a commitment to residents that everyone would have access to Superfast Broadband by March 2015.
There is no better time to stop by LIME and see what’s in store. Beyond fantastic prices on smartphones, customers are offered a wide range of telecommunications options to keep them connected at home, in the office and on the go.
It’s the night the dead rise from their graves to walk among the living,
werewolves howl at the moon, and vampires hunt the blood of the
innocent…and it’s also one of the biggest party nights of the year.
Christmas is coming and LIME is all about sharing the festive cheer.
“This year is going to be special as we’re full of the joys of
Christmas,” says Julie Hutton, head of marketing and sales support for
LIME Cayman Islands.
Following on from the enormous success of last year’s event, the Estella
Scott-Roberts Foundation (ESRF) is hosting its annual fundraising event
“A Night under the Stars” at the National Gallery on Oct. 12, 2013.