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Flow introduces faster internet speeds for customers

Country Manager for Flow, BVI Ravindra Maywahlall. 

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, Wednesday May 3, 2023: 

Flow customers have received free upgrades to faster internet connections with the introduction of Symmetrical Speeds. 

As part of the new ‘Symmetrical Speed’ plans being offered, customers will now experience the same speed when they upload data as they do when they download and stream. The new plans start at 300 megabits per second for both upload and download speeds. 

Country Manager, Ravindra Maywahlall said “Flow continues to be a game changer within the British Virgin Islands’ telecommunications sector. We are committed to improving the lives of those in our communities and ensuring that they have the fastest speeds and services needed to create moments that matter with friends and loved ones. We were the first to introduce LTE, Fiber to the Home internet, 1 Gigabit per second internet and now we are giving our customers even more value by introducing symmetrical speeds.” 

He explained that cloud-based tools, like Zoom or Google Meetings work best with equal upload and download speeds, which support the sharing of large files, livestreaming over video-conferencing platforms and posting content online. 

Maywahlall further explained that an internet connection with equal upload and download speeds delivers a better Internet performance and experience, even when multiple people are streaming, gaming, watching Netflix or using multiple devices at the same time. 

Additional benefits include the improved performance of cloud-based technology like home security cameras, which require large upload speeds to work well, especially those that feature the ability to stream live captured feeds in real time and allow homeowners to remotely monitor their property at any time. 

For more information on the new symmetrical speed plans and to sign up, please visit any Flow Retail Store. 


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  1. Bring Customer Service to the BVI says:

    Nope, don’t believe it, we don’t want it.

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