Flow launches March Madness promotion

By Flow

FLOWPRESS RELEASE – Flow customers are getting chances to win in store, by signing up for TV, broadband and postpaid services and adding prepaid combo mobile plans in the month of March.

The company’s attractive March Madness promotion offers subscribers the opportunity to get free services for up to six months.

New subscribers to the TV service get free installation plus the HBO, MAX or HBO/Max packages free for two months, whilst existing TV customers who upgrade to the HBO, Max or HBO/Max package get half off the first two months. New customers who sign up for any TV service get Flow Sports Premier for six months, with the opportunity to catch up on all the latest cricket, football, and world sports news. All new and upgrading customers are entered to win a number of exciting prizes.

Also happening during the month of March, customers at each Flow retail outlet will be randomly selected to win exciting prizes, including free broadband, mobile, TV and landline service. To qualify for the Manager’s Special, customers just have to sign up for a new service or upgrade an existing service.

Said Flow Saint Lucia’s acting Marketing Manager, Terry Finisterre: “March is here and we embrace it with a bang! We are giving back to customers in a big way, with a suite of offers across all lines of business that we think people will be really happy with.

“With HBO and MAX showcasing original series like Girls, Real Time with Bill Maher, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Vice, and a slew of exciting movies in March, plus the run-in of the European football leagues on Flow Sports, it’s the perfect time to experience our TV Service. Folks who sign up for any service in store get a chance to win. And we are improving the value of our already capacious mobile data plans by doubling up for our subscribers.”

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