Internet Access in Haiti: Shame major ISPs offer network speeds less than 25Mbps

Gerry - September 11 2017, 6:44 PM

This is a shame that 2 major internet players in my country are offering network speed at less than 25Mbps.

This demonstrates how disrespectful they are. And when are they going to offer a 30-day cell phone service in Haiti?

We must tell them we deserve better than this execrable service they are giving us right now.

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