Free Phone, Free Data and Free Calls in LIME Back-to-School Promotion!
There’s no better time than now for students to take the leap from a basic mobile phone handset or no handset to a data-enabled handset.
That’s because LIME has launched a Back-to-School promotion that offers prepaid mobile customers a free phone with data and free talk time!
Customers who top up $75 or more (plus VAT) will get an Alcatel C2 free with 100 minutes for local LIME-to-LIME calls plus 500MB data. This offer is available at all LIME stores for a limited time up until the end of August or while stocks last.
This goes hand-inhand with a further special that offers prepaid mobile customers 85 free minutes every time they activate a 250 MB data plan or higher. This offer is available every month until September 2016.
LIME’s Back-to-School offer is ideal for students who are increasingly using smartphones not just for entertainment and recreation but also for study and research work, and to review material when it is convenient for them. They are effectively taking their classroom learning beyond the school walls. LIME’s Back-to-School special makes it easier for them to get online and brings data affordability and internet access to more places and more families across Saint Lucia.
“Mobile Internet is now essential for many aspects of daily life. What often blocks access for consumers is the affordability of the access device,” said Sharlene Jn. Baptiste, Marketing and Corporate Communications Executive. “Our Back-to-School offer keeps students and families connected with the phones they want and the capabilities they need.
“Every child in school, irrespective of background, should have Internet access because it gives them a gateway to unlimited educational resources which can help improve their overall academic performance. With this new offer, students can browse the web for valuable information to stay ahead of the class with our low-cost data plans and free talk time to keep in touch.
“This is just the latest of many steps we are taking to increase data affordability and help remove the barrier to mobile internet access for students and families, as well as educators, and give more people a chance to get online,” said Ms Jn Baptiste.