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The new Bonus Bubble online TopUp promotion gets underway Thursday, February 20.
Customers who TopUp any amount from EC$35 to EC$200 will get 100 percent bonus credit, or a total of twice what was paid for. This is a special three-day offer available from Thursday, February 20 to Sunday, February 23, 2014.
The bonus credit is valid for calls to local LIME numbers, LIME regional mobile and landline numbers. It can also be used for SMS to LIME local and regional mobiles. The bonus credit expires after seven days.
To use LIME Online TopUp, customers can log on to www.lime.com/topup, set up an account and proceed to TopUp their accounts or that of their friends and families who are LIME mobile prepaid customers. Signing up is easy and convenient.
The 100 percent bonus credit offer is great news for LIME customers who are looking forward to calling friends and family living in or outside of the Caribbean, as they can pay less and talk much longer.
LIME TopUp can also be bought from retailers in the USA and UK, and any of the 46,000 Western Union Agent locations throughout the United States. Western Union locations are listed at www.westernunion.com.
“This special offer further demonstrates our determination to provide our customers with more value for their money, more savings and convenience and a great customer experience. It also underscores our company’s long history of commitment to the economic development of Saint Lucia,” said Laurencia Cadette, LIME Saint Lucia head of marketing & communications.
LIME is the only telecommunications provider in Saint Lucia with a single flat rate to call any number on island and 25 other Caribbean territories. With its flat rate of just 60 cents per minute, LIME continues to offer its customers the best possible value.
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