LIME has rewarded 4 lucky customers with 4 Samsung Galaxy tablets as part of their Back-to-School Promotion.
The promotion was done as a remake of the company’s on-going “Structural Adjustment Programme” where customers were randomly selected on the basis of paying their bills in full and on time.
Each tablet was presented to the children of the winning customers at LIME’s Spiceland Mall retail store.
The students either attend primary, secondary or tertiary level education.
On presenting the devices, Marketing Manager, Kelly Rawlston Mitchell outlined the reason behind the initiative.
“As we’re into the new school term, we wanted to provide relevant items for this month’s structural adjustment campaign. So we decided to alter the programme and allow the children to be beneficiaries of these tablets”, he said.
Apart from the tablets, the winners were also given broadband incentives.
Each customer was provided with vouchers enabling free installation of broadband, a free modem, free anti-virus and access to Caribbeanexams.com.
These broadband incentives are part of the company’s wider broadband promotion, where customers signing up for LIME broadband benefit from discounted installation and a free modem.
The final leg of LIME’s Structural Adjustment Campaign will take place at the end of September, and 4 lucky customers will receive saving accounts valued at $500 from the Grenville Credit Union.