The Internet in the Bahamas

In Nassau and Freeport you will find at least a couple of cybercafés. There aren’t many so it’s a good iedea to check exactly where they are before you go. You can check by going online at www.cybercafe.com.

In Nassau: The Cybercafé, PO Box N7442, Mall at Marathon, Nassau, Bahamas, % 242-394-6254, www.electrojack.com, anewton@electrojack.com. Open 8:30 am-8 pm. Cost: 15¢ per minute. There are six computers available, along with high-speed access for laptops.

In Freeport: The Cyberclub is quite a bit larger. PO Box F-40641, Seventeen Center, Grand Bahama, % 242-351-4560, www.grandbahama.net, cyberclub@grandbahama.net. Open Monday through Saturday, 9 am to 8 pm. Cost: $40 per month, but check for daily and weekly rates. 30 computers available plus high-speed access.

Most of the major hotels offer high-speed access via Ethernet cable. The cost runs from $12 to $20 per day, depending upon the hotel.
The IPass network offers dial-up service almost everywhere in the Bahamas and Turks & Caicos Islands. It’s a bit of a pain to use – you have to get them to help you set up your computer for the Bahamas. To get a list of IPass providers, go to www.ipass.com and then click on “Individuals.” Select your country (Bahamas) and this is what you’ll find:

“Worldwide Dialup - We are the solution for individuals, small to medium-size businesses and universities! Worldwide Dialup provides an easy to use, fully supported iPass dialup and broadband service, with 24x7x365 support, email with Spam and Virus Filtering, on-line account administration and a fully redundant network. Our staff provides technical assistance regardless of your operating system – from Windows to Mac to Palm, we can even point you in the right direction if you are using other non-supported systems for connectivity (Linux, Unix, etc). Our rates are extremely competitive!” They are based in Ada, Michigan and, yes, you’ll have to call for current rates. % 616-682-4813, fax 616-682-1389.

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Getting There:

For visitors arriving by air, the Bahamas are served through Nassau by most US airlines and by international airlines from Canada and Europe, and to a slightly more limited degree through Freeport.

The Out Islands are served mainly by Bahamas Air via connections in Nassau and Freeport.

The Bahamas is also a major destination for the cruise ship industry

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