To commemorate Grenada’s milestone Independence, LIME has launched their “40/40” Independence Promotion.
The promotion was launched on January 15th and entails a number of deals on all LIME services. These specials include: 40% off the first month rental of World Pak, $40 installation on Fixed Lines, 40% off LIME debt, 40 megabytes of data on One Day Passes, double bubble on all online top-ups over $40 and $40 back when customers sign up for a post-paid plan.
LIME’s Marketing Manager, Rawlston Mitchell said the promotion ensures the best offers to LIME customers for the Independence.
“As we say Happy 40th Anniversary to Grenada, we look forward to serving our customers for 40 more years. Launching our lowest rate of 40 cents in 2013 was no mistake and this, as well as our other offers, mesh well with our 40 years as an independent nation. As a good corporate citizen, we will ensure that our people are connected with the best technologies”, he remarked.
LIME’s 40/40 promotion runs until February 7th.
Proving the company’s diversity, LIME is also providing sponsorship to a number of Independence events in the diaspora.
The company is proudly sponsoring events hosted by the Grenada Independence Planning Committee in Toronto and GRENCHAP United in New York.
GRENCAP United hosted an Independence Calypso Monarch on Sunday, January 26th in New York.
The Grenada Independence Planning Committee in partnership with the Consulate General of Grenada will host five events over the span of 4 weeks. These events include a flag raising ceremony on the February 6th, Independence gala on February 16th, and an exhibition and literary night on February 23rd.
LIME’s General Manager, Angus Steele pointed out that the company is always willing to support activities in the diaspora.
“We don’t limit ourselves to only local activities. In the past, we’ve facilitated artiste exposure at events abroad which we believe is crucial in expanding their audience. We’ve also assisted education institutions with their activities in the diaspora including the Grenada Boys Secondary School”, he said
“Additionally, we’ve participated in activities held by the Carriacou and Petite Martinique Action Committee, Total Caribbean Network and as well as Grenada Day Activities in Toronto and New York”, he added.