BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS 6 SEPTEMBER, 2022 -- The Cable’s Internet Teacher Pak was introduced earlier this year to provide affordability to superfast Internet access for teachers. At the time of its introduction, many schools were adopting to the new norm of virtual learning due to the reality of COVID-19. Faster Internet access ensured that Teachers were able to deliver uninterrupted lessons to their students wherever they were.
The Cable’s Internet Teacher Pak, specifically designed for teachers, offers download speeds of up to 100 megabits per second and upload speeds of up to 25 megabits per second. With the reopening of school, The Cable is reminding all teachers that its Internet Teacher Pak is still available. “We use this opportunity to say to our teachers, whether in public or private institutions,this package was exclusively created for you. It is an excellent package and priced at $139 (VAT exclusive), delivers exceptional value for money. We encourage you to use it to prepare course materials or to deliver lessons,” said the company’s Chief Commercial Officer, Bibiana Hamilton Henry.
The Internet has now added diversity to the delivery of education, as the ‘chalk and talk’ give way to virtual classrooms. When the package was earlier released, the company described it as a tool to effectively accommodate the transitioning of the Education sector into the digital age. "We believe that there is no better sector than Education, to start the work of shaping our society into one that is digitally competent. For this reason, we are proud to take the lead in offering this package to teachers everywhere in St. Kitts” reinforced CEO, Patricia Walters.
Teachers interested in signing up for the Internet Teacher Pak may come into the office of The Cable on Cayon Street or apply online at www.thecable.net. Teachers may also call the office for information at 465 2588 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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