LIME connects field with Wi-Fi network

To help the growing need for people to be connected wherever they are, LIME answered the call when the Cayman Islands Little League asked for help. 

The Cayman Islands Little League has about 1,000 people visiting the Field of Dreams facility in Grand Cayman every week. There are 400 children in the programme, 30 teams and six divisions covering an age range between 5 and 17. In addition to that there are more than 450 adults involved in the co-ed league with 25 teams. 

“The Cayman Islands Little League is 22 years old this year and it’s still free for kids’ thanks in part to our sponsors,” said Sara McKay. “LIME or as it was Cable & Wireless has been a corporate team sponsor from the beginning. This sport affects people from all walks of life with many people coming directly from work to watch their kids play or to play themselves so it’s great that now they are able to jump on the free Wi-Fi hotspot to check their e-mails or access the Internet whilst watching their kids play. Thank you for making busy lives a little easier, by letting us help people be in touch.” 

The Cayman Islands Little League is run by volunteers supporting the development of local children. 

Tony Ritch, LIME’s chief executive officer, said “We understand people lead busy lives and to give free Internet access at the Field of Dreams means that people don’t have to rush home, they can bring their laptop or iPad and hop onto the Internet without using their data plans and even keep up to date with the scores for their favourite teams out of the US.” 

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The Cayman Islands Little League has about 1,000 people visiting the Field of Dreams facility in Grand Cayman every week. – Photo: Submitted
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