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PRESS RELEASE – Flow is heralding the Yuletide season with a Christmas campaign designed to be one of the most memorable ever, with lots of giveaways and specials including cash and prizes to be dished out to our customers.
On Wednesday, the company unveiled its 2016 Christmas promotion aptly named ‘The Most Wonderful Time of the Year’ at the William Peter Boulevard. The launching was a joyous and festive affair featuring a video presentation highlighting the special deals on offer and was carried live over local radio stations. Many patrons stopped by to join in the celebration and take advantage of the exciting offers.
The exciting promotion offers weekly cash and prize when customers sign up for Mobile, Broadband and or TV.
Customers who purchase Flow’s amazing data combo plans get double the credit, savings of up to 90% off the regular pay as you go voice rates on the smallest plan. Flow customers can use their minutes on ANY local network. This means you do not have to worry about what network your friends and families are on.
One lucky customer will win a 55” Curved HD Smart TV and three months FREE view. Customers can increase their chances to win giveaways and prizes by upgrading to additional services and paying their bills on time and in full.
Shermalyn Sidonie-John, Flow Marketing & Communications Executive said Flow is making it easier and more affordable than ever for its customers to connect with friends and family at one of the most important times of the year to celebrate love and friendship.
“We want our customers to feel good about being with us at this special time of the year, so this Christmas we are giving them the most connections, the most prizes, the most value and the most wonderful ways to say ‘Merry Christmas’. Every one of our active customers will have the chance to win cash and lots of other fabulous prizes and giveaways. The lucky winners will get a surprise phone call every week informing them of their good fortune,’ said Sidonie John.
FLOW prepaid mobile customers will automatically be entered into the weekly draws for a chance to win cash and other prizes each time they top up or purchase any voice or mobile Internet plan. The campaign also features some of the most sought-after handsets at very affordable prices, and allows customers to take advantage of generous discounts on selected smartphones.
Residential postpaid mobile, broadband, landline and Flow TV customers will also be automatically entered into the pool of potential winners when they sign up for Flow’s competitively priced service plans and video home-entertainment packages or upgrade their existing packages during the promotional period.
They will also get the opportunity to cash in on discounts on products and services and attractive giveaways, including free video services and free installation, as well as handset deals and broadband specials.
Sidonie-John urged all Flow customers not to miss out on the many great deals and hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and prizes available at all Flow retail stores.
“Our promotion is designed to give our valued customers the little extra to make the season ‘the most wonderful time of the year. Our 2016 Christmas campaign is about reaching across all our lines of business and strengthening our bond with our customers. It is a part of our continuous effort to surprise and reward them, even as we look for ways to help them save,” she added.
As part of the launching, several sports and media personalities were honoured by Flow for their outstanding contribution to the promotion and transformation of sports in St. Lucia. They included Levern Spencer’s manager Gregory Dixon, David ‘Shakes’ Christopher, Alvin Malaykhan, Trevor Daniel, Michael Midgit Pierre, Ezie Hall, sports reporters David Paschal, Anthony De Beauville, Marius Modeste and Terry Finisterre.
They were each presented with vouchers entitling them to six months free viewing of Flow’s FSP video package that enables them to enjoy all the exciting action of the English Premier League and other Flow TV sports programming.