Bonaire is an island in the Leeward Antilles of the Caribbean Sea. The capital is Kralendijk and located near the ocean. The population is 18,905 (2015).
There are various kinds of newspapers in Bonaire, and they publish all kinds of news. The updated newspapers in Bonaire include Antiliaans Dagblaad, Amigoe, Extra Boneriano, Bonaire Reporter. Besides, there are some internet-based news media outlets are working as well. They provide with the latest news and information to the visitors. Some of the well-known internet-based media outlets are BES Reporter, Bonaire, Bonaire Nieuws, Info Bonaire.
The first television station in Bonaire was founded on July 31, 1960, and it was TeleCuraçao (Call-sign PJC-TV), and there’s another TV channel in Bonaire, and that is PJB-TV 6.
Streaming radio stations are the easiest way to listen to your favorite music. Almost every country in the world has many radio stations so as well as Bonaire. The most popular streaming radio stations in Bonaire are Alpha FM, Bon FM, Digitaal 91, Dolfijn FM, Mega Hit FM, Radio Digital 91.1 FM, Radio Korsou FM, Voz di Bonaire.
The Internet is widely used in Bonaire. They can access the internet at home or anywhere via any device. The internet speed in Bonaire is quite fast, and the internet is widely available at a very affordable price. If you want to surf the web or check your email or communicate, there are plenty of options in Bonaire.
There are many paid WIFI connections and many internet cafes in Bonaire. There are 12 internet providers in Bonaire and 6 of those offers residential service. The fastest internet service in Bonaire is Bandwidth Place, and the fastest residential internet service is available in the city is 1,000 Mbps. Some of the prominent internet service providers in Bonaire are AT&T, COX, EarthLink, HughesNet, Windstream, ComSouth, Unite Private, Sprint, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Cricket.
In Bonaire, telecommunication includes newspapers, television, radio, and internet, etc. Bonaire is quite eminent in the usage of telecom. By this, someday Bonaire will also be like the other cultivated countries.