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Win Blackberry Z10, Lumia 620, Notebooks with LIME Back-to-School


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Chris Williams, General Manager of LIME Saint Lucia, shows off the BlackBerry Z10

Results are in at all levels, and students from infant school to university are preparing to return to the classrooms.

And with all the expenditure associated with the start of a new academic year, LIME is helping parents save a bundle with some great back-to-school deals this year.

LIME is ready to help families with back-to-school shopping and is offering massive discounts and specials for new and existing customers, on all of its services. The new offers are part of a grand Back-to-School promotion which runs until September 7.

LIME mobile customers will get the chance to win a BlackBerry Z10 by simply texting QUIZ to 2929. Each text cost $1. In addition, new customers signing up for postpaid mobile service will get a chance to win a Nokia Lumia 620. The winners will be announced on September 10, 2013.

All new customers signing up for broadband service get a free basic modem and a chance to win a Lenovo Netbook. This offer does not include the Mega Pay-As-You-Go plan. Customers can upgrade to a wireless modem for just $99.50. Four lucky customers will win a Lenovo Netbook.

New customers signing up for landline service get free installation and a free landline phone, plus free voicemail and call-waiting features, and 80 minutes of free calls to LIME landlines monthly.

New customers signing up for LIME TV get 25 percent off the basic pack for 12 months and the first set top box is free. They also get 50 percent off additional boxes for 12 months, for up to 4 boxes. Installation and activation are free, plus customers get a waiver on the monthly fee for one month.

One lucky LIME TV customer will win three months of free rental for the basic pack from October to December 2013. The winner will be announced on September 10.

Existing customers who switch to LIME TV digital service get free activation and the first set top box is free. They also get 50 percent off additional boxes for 12 months, for up to 4 boxes.

“With these fantastic offers we’re making it easier than ever for customers to get the latest amazing handsets and the best deals on telecoms services in the market,” said LIME Head of Marketing & Communications, Laurencia Cadette. “By taking advantage of these back-to-school offers, parents and students can save hundreds of dollars on broadband, mobile, cable TV and landline services, all of which they need for home and school and can be enjoyed by the entire family,” she added.


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  1. i would really love to win this blackberry z10 because it would be so much easier for me in terms of helping me with my school work and other research and contacting family and friends i was in need of a phone for a very long time and this seems like a good opportunity for me my other phone is really run down and the memory card is corupt and also the battery is swollen and as a result my phone dies quickly and i really dont have the money to buy another phone and i really dont want any other phone i need the blackberry z10 i love its style and the way it is used


  2. Lime dose nohing withot a catch for sure so show us the catchi


  3. wow big deal,more money for parents to spend,whats the catch...


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