One’s 4G LTE Network Available Across Island

May 9, 2017

One Communications today announced that “Bermuda’s first 4G LTE network is now widely available across the island.”

“The company first launched its ultra-fast 4G LTE wireless mobile network in the City of Hamilton, in May of 2016. With the awarding of additional spectrum by the telecommunications regulator, the company has now expanded its rollout of the network outside of Hamilton,” they said.

“One Communications is committed to furthering its development of state-of-the-art telecommunications services in Bermuda,” Frank Amaral, One’s CEO.

“The best experience for smartphone customers will be on our 4G LTE network with far superior data speeds. With our lineup of LTE capable smartphones, customers can already take advantage of the newly expanded network.”

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The company said they encourage “customers who have not yet updated their SIM cards to do so. Customers should also verify their phone’s LTE settings in order to take full advantage of the network’s benefits which include:

  • Significantly improved smartphone data speeds for superior file downloading and video streaming
  • Increased coverage, including in-building reception
  • Reduced latency, meaning website pages will take less time to load

“The SIM card exchange is at no charge and can be done at any of One’s 3 store locations across the island:

  • Flagship store at 18 Church St. in Hamilton, Mondays thru Saturdays 8AM – 6PM
  • Heron Bay Marketplace in Southampton, Mondays thru Saturdays 9AM – 6PM
  • 36 Water St. in St. George’s, Mondays thru Fridays 9AM – 5PM

“Customers traveling to the US and Canada will be pleased to know of One’s new arrangements with 4G LTE operators in these countries, [soon to be available in the UK and other European destinations], affording customers the same experience at home and abroad. For more details about One’s 4G LTE Network, visit”

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  1. NO MORE WAR says:

    And the service isn’t still crap.