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Very high-speed internet access in St. John/St. Thomas?

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I spend a fair amount of time in St. John, and I've been trying to figure out a way to get very high-speed internet access there, so that I could keep up with work while I'm away (and therefore get down to the islands more often!) I need cable-modem-type speeds, rather than DSL speeds. Say, at least 4 megabits per second download speed.

I realize that this is an unusual question for a travel board, and I should probably try posting it on some sort of networking enthusiast board or something. Nevertheless, I've lately been amazed by the breadth of knowledge that Fodorites seem to have on virtually every subject, so I thought I'd give it a try. Has anyone been able to achieve a very fast connection anywhere on St. John or St. Thomas? I've tried various offices, homes, and the so-called "high-speed internet access" in a room at the Westin, but none of them is really fast enough for what I need to do. I've come to the conclusion that it's impossible, but this is my last-ditch appeal for help.

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