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PRESS RELEASE – Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and Flow is offering a fabulous romantic treat to customers looking to show their love to someone special in its newly launched ‘Let Your Love Show’ Valentine’s Promotion.
From now until February 13, all new customers who activate any of Flow’s 9-day Combo mobile plans on a newly activated SIM will receive double mobile talk minutes, text and data.
The bonus call minutes, text and data will be applied the following day. They will also gain automatic entry into a draw for a chance to win dinner for two at an exquisite local restaurant.
Existing customers who purchase a Samsung J2 Prime smartphone or activate any of Flow’s 7 or 30-day Combo plans will instantly receive double talk, text and data and entry into the draw for a chance to win a Valentine’s dinner for two.
“It’s the Month of Love and we want to ensure that our loyal customers feel and experience the love they deserve for being part of the Flow Family,” said Flow Marketing & Communications Executive, Shermalyn Sidonie John. “Our Valentine’s promotion gives them double talk, test and data and makes it doubly easy to share their love and those wonderful romantic moments with their loved ones and set their hearts racing. Whether or not you’re a Flow customer we invite everyone to come visit our stores and join us on radio, and social media for lots of fun and exciting opportunities in our Valentine’s Day ‘Let Your Love Show’ promotion. It’s going to be great!” she added.
The winners of the Valentine’s dinner will be announced on [date] on RCI in the afternoon.
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