Saturday, October 23, 2010
Flow Goes Wireless This Christmas
Jamaica’s broadband company Flow rolled out its Christmas promotional, in fine style, offering new and existing customers great value and many options to go wireless this Christmas.
The Flow Wireless this Christmas promotion features a free gift to new customers who sign up for any of Flow’s service Watch, Talk or Click between October 22 and December 31.
The free gift for the Watch package includes a wireless stereo headphone where customers can play games on their television, connect to people on their computers, and listen to their favourite programmes without disturbing anyone. Customers that sign up for any of Flow’s talk package, will receive a free flow branded telephone. For click customers who sign up for internet service, they will receive a special bundle plan where every click service will be bundled with a wireless router at no additional cost.
Existing customers won’t be left out as those who pay their bill in full and on time between October 25 and December 31 will also have a chance to win big. The prizes on offer for existing customers include 32” LCD TV’s, HD-PVR Set top boxes, Personal Computers, Wireless Routers, notebook computers and one month free service.
And that’s not all, customers who sign up for Flow Unlimited during the promotional period October 22 to December 31 will pay $995 per month until January 31, 2011.
Flow, who recently launched their 100mbs for residential customers, has invested over US $250 million in building a first of its kind, broadband infrastructure. Flow customers are now able to enjoy a host of exciting add on values to their service including, Interactive channel guide, Mosaics, Flow’s high definition channels as well as up to 22 local television cable channels and Flow on Demand service.
As part of their good corporate citizen portfolio, Flow has reached out in giving back to their loyal and potential customers who has made the company one of the strongest brands in the region.
Part of Flow’s investment includes the development of human resources as well as the enhancement of education in schools and investment in the area of sports and
The company which employs over 500 persons throughout Jamaica have supported various initiatives in Jamaica. Flow has pumped $5 million dollars in partnership with the Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association as well as a $25 million investment in the premier all island football knock out championship, the Flow cup.
Likewise, cultural events have also benefitted from Flow’s kind contributions such as The Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival and the Calabash festival.
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