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PRESS RELEASE – LIME is giving away a Samsung Galaxy S5 in its April Text-To-Win promotion as the giveaways just keep on rolling in! The Galaxy S5 is currently one of the hottest and most sought-after mobile phones in Saint Lucia and throughout the world, and it’s available at LIME stores.
To qualify for a chance to win this state-of-the-art, high-tech handset, customers just have to text S5 to 2929. This exciting offer is available until 31 May.
The Galaxy S5 is loaded with amazing features. It has a 5.1-inch, Full HD display, a blazing fast 2.5GHz quad-core processor, 16-megapixel camera, fingerprint scanner you can use to unlock your phone, or to pay for services online. The S5 can also track your heart rate via a monitor built into the device. It’s also dust and water resistant.
The phone has lots of other great features and is sure to be a hot favourite with LIME mobile customers.
“Having Saint Lucia’s fastest mobile network means LIME customers will be able to connect and use devices like the Samsung Galaxy S5 in ways they never imagined possible. Our goal is to offer outstanding value, the best service and the best prices in a fair and transparent way,” said LIME Corporate Communications Executive, Terry Finisterre.
“The bottom line – if you want the best phone on the fastest network, high-speed connectivity for better web browsing, a great camera, brighter screen, personal fitness tracking and enhanced security, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is the phone for you and LIME is where it’s at,” Finisterre added.
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