LIME cuts call rate for data customers

Friday, June 20, 2014    

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS provider LIME has introduced a lower call rate of $1.99 per minute for prepaid mobile Internet customers.

LIME, in a release last night, said the new 'Mobile Internet Voice Plan rate, which became effective on June 18, will gives customers on its popular 'Talk EZ' prepaid plan a reduction of over 30 per cent on all local calls and to the United States, Canada and landlines in the United Kingdom, once they have activated any 30-day mobile Internet plan.

Carlo Redwood, the company's vice-president for marketing, said the move represents LIME'S continued commitment to offer the best value in the market for telecoms services.

"Research has told us that more and more Jamaicans have a growing appetite for data services and this move will make it even easier for our customers to avail themselves of the power of mobile Internet while still being able to keep in touch with friends and family for one low affordable rate..." said Redwood.

"The future of mobile networks lies in data and we are giving our customers an even greater incentive as they make the transition from voice as a primary service and begin adopting on-the-go Web connectivity in their everyday lives," said Redwood.





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