Flow celebrates hitting one million customers

Flow celebrates hitting one million customers

Thursday, May 19, 2016

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Telecommunications firm Flow yesterday announced that it had elaborate plans to celebrate the achievement of its one million (1,000,000) mobile subscriber milestone.

The company said that it will have "an islandwide tour and other surprises" today to mark surpassing a "critical" mass number for networks of both prepaid and post-paid customers globally, according to a company release.

Several Flow motorcades will traverse the island today to converge for a grand public celebration at the Rudolph Elder Park in Morant Bay, St Thomas.

Garry Sinclair, Flow’s managing director, said that Flow will be ensuring that each mobile customer feels appreciated and proud to be part of the family now "one million strong".

When Sinclair took office in 2010, the company had just over 300,000 mobile subscribers, the release stated.

"We’re now starting to see the fruits of our labour in the mobile sector — a journey that was filled with both thrills and spills," Sinclair said. "We now continue on that one clear and simple mission to offer Jamaicans the best value for money on the market. Bar none!"

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