We all know that shoddy internet can make a good work day quickly turn into a nightmare. With this in mind and following the welcomed announcement Belize’s future plans for a ‘Work Where You Vacation’ Program, Digi shares their top three tips for achieving the best-work life balance and accessing the best Wi-Fi from your new home office. So, everything about your workday can be as serene as the waters of the Caribbean.
Tip 1: Sign up for DigiNet
For the work nomads, fast and reliable internet is essential so finding a supplier that can offer this is key. Enter DigiNet. This future-proof fiber network is specifically designed to satisfy the dynamic demands of the 21st century. Thanks to fiber optic cables, a 10x faster internet connection is directly delivered to the registered home or business. A variety of flexible and affordable plans are available – both in prepaid and contract form. Even better, set up is easy and quick so you can get started right away.
Find out more about DigiNet here.
Tip 2: Choose a Service Provider that Works Anywhere – Even the Most Rural Location
For those that choose to go rural, Digi AirNet is an option for you to consider. The new product gives rural customers access to Internet and Fixed Voice services using the DigiCell mobile network. With Digi AirNet customers receive an amount of data that can be used to browse the internet, stream movies, and download videos. When the data allowance is depleted, browsing speed throttles down to a slower speed.
Find out more about DigiAirNet here.
Tip 3: Choose a Destination where ‘I’m going on a Break’ takes on a New Meaning
Admittedly, the beauty of working from Belize is tied to what you can do outside of the working hours. A morning swim in the sea, a hike through the jungle as your daily workout or lunch from the local market. All of these are possible from your new location. So, quite simply we encourage you to take them and redefine your break. Because life is all about balance.
Whilst more details are yet to be announced, this month, Belize’s Міnіѕtrу оf Тоurіѕm аnd Dіаѕроrа Rеlаtіоnѕ was аррrоvеd tо іntrоduсе а lоng-ѕtау vіѕіtоr рrоgrаm. The program will allow ехtеndеd vіѕіtоr реrmіtѕ fоr tаrgеtеd travelers аnd nаtіоnаlіtіеѕ. Like those from the likes of Barbados, it іѕ аіmеd аt еnсоurаgіng travelers like remote workers tо ѕtау lоngеr іn Belize. In addition, Cabinet gave its approval for the Ministry to expand and improve the Qualified Retired Persons Incentive Program.