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BlueSky
(@bluesky)
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Joined:2 months  ago
Posts: 1
May 10, 2018 1:34 pm  

Hello Islanders!!

I am in a quest to become one as well! How are things coming along in STT?

Internet, Cell, Infrastructure, Supplies etc? 

Appreciate all comments!

 

joseph cimino


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oh2usvi
(@oh2usvi)
New Member
Joined:4 weeks  ago
Posts: 4
June 20, 2018 12:47 pm  

Any word from anyone? I'm planning a move to STT too!

God Bless,
Heather


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VIpirate
(@vipirate)
New Member
Joined:2 months  ago
Posts: 3
June 29, 2018 9:12 am  

Just returned after a week's visit.  Everything is pretty much working now and no shortages of anything that impact daily living.  Not all the shops, restaurants, and hotels open yet, but plenty are and we had zero inconveniences that impacted our stay. 


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The Islander
(@theislander)
Island Expert Admin
Joined:18 years  ago
Posts: 2147
July 15, 2018 12:07 am  

Internet is getting better and better, the only landline company called VIYA is also an internet provider and they have been gradually repairing their lines and restoring wired phone and regular internet. Mobile phone service has been pretty good all along with ATT, and while Sprint had a lot of trouble just after the storms they have gotten better. Supplies are pretty much fine. Infrastructure: Mail service is good, gas stations are good, roads that were damaged got patched but there is still a need for additional road repairs, electricity is restored, large facilities like schools, hospital and airport are still undergoing assessment, initial gutting, early stages of repairs and/or awaiting arrival of modular buildings. PS: For discussions on living and moving to the USVI check out our other website, www.vimovingcenter.com, it also has a discussion board with all things related to living in the islands. 


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