LIME’s “Pon d Remix” Christmas Promo Launched
Posted On: Wednesday, 17 November 2010
Basseterre, St. Kitts – Boasting an attractive array of prizes which anyone can cash-in on, LIME recently launched its looked-forward-to Christmas promotion dubbed, “Pon d Remix”.
Earlier this week, at its Basseterre office, LIME revealed details of the promotion to the public explaining that is it one is yet unmatched.
The grand prize for what LIME officials have described as an “attractive” and “remarkable” promotion is living one year without worrying about the hassles of paying living expenses. LIME has indicated that it will foot the living expenses bill for the winner of the grand prize. Expenses, according to a communiqué issued by the telecoms giant, include rent/mortgage payments, groceries and telecoms expenses.
Other prizes include a family vacation for four, personal makeovers, a home makeover, handset giveaways, gas vouchers and shopping sprees.
David Lake, LIME’s country manager, encouraged persons to participate in the promotion noting “if you don’t have a ticket you don’t have a chance”.
“This year we have a very youthful theme. We are going to be doing things that have not been tried before. It’s going to be exciting. It’s going to be something in it for everybody. So even though it is going to be youthful, it’s going to be something that would capture the imagination and interest at heart. So whether you are young at 18 or young at 80, all the youthful at heart and the young at heart, we have something in it for everybody this year.”
Persons become eligible to win in various ways including: topping up their LIME cell phone, purchasing produces and services from LIME and paying their bills on time and in full.
Lake told MiyVue.com that as early as this week, LIME customers will begin receiving text messages, alerting them of the special deal which the telecoms provider will make available including SMS Happy Hours, international direct dialed calls and pc bundles.
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