Internet Connectivity Affecting St. Mary Schools – October 10 2020

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7 Comments on "Internet Connectivity Affecting St. Mary Schools – October 10 2020"

  1. MY GOD THE SCHOOLS IN JAMAICA ARE NOT TAKEN
    CARE OFF! OH SO IS THIS HOW
    THE GOVERNMENT GO ABOUT
    HAVING FLOW CUT OF THE WIFI
    SO THE DO NOT.HAVE TO ISSUE
    OUT OR HAVE FREE WIFI OR ISSUE
    THOSE TABLETS LONG OVER DUE THAT ARE LOCKED UP DOWN TOWN!! JAMAICA REALLY DOES NOT LOOK AFTER THE.CHILDREN
    AND YOUTHS! NO PITY IN GOVERNMENTS HEART.
    SHAME! JAMAICA HAS NO
    SHAME! WHAT SO EVER!

  2. Lillian Williams | October 12, 2020 at 2:34 PM | Reply

    Them don’t put board bands in the rural ares

  3. Because they want to put up 5G that will affect the children and teachers!
    It’s a trick watch and see !
    Do home schooling!

  4. Also before internet what were you ?

  5. Winston Watson | October 12, 2020 at 3:03 PM | Reply

    Two things about Internet, 1) the very people in the community have vandalized the equipment and the the company is blamed. 2) FLOW does have the wherewithal to provide rebates and it’s not just to boisterous customers.

    I’ve noticed that many do not properly engage the company for rebates when service isn’t provided.

    I hope this gets resolved quickly.

  6. Winston Watson | October 12, 2020 at 3:12 PM | Reply

    Why does Mr Champagnie seem to bring so much common sense to the legal framework that escape his colleagues.

  7. when was “unlawful removal” a substitute for saying thief?

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