An “Upgraded Network,” revitalised brand identity, newly refurbished retail stores and amazing holiday deals attracted 160,000 new customers to the LIME network across the Caribben in only sixty days.
A major contributing factor was the company’s US$1.05B Project Marlin investment programme which also included super-fast network speeds and wider broadband penetration, so customers are beginning to enjoy the benefits of a
superior network performance.

In welcoming the new customers to the network, an effusive Martin Roos, CEO of LIME Caribbean said, “We maintained our tradition of delivering excellent consumer value during the Yuletide Season and our eye-catching phone deals,
value-packed plans and upgraded store layout inspired many persons to give the gift of LIME last Christmas.”
https://www.nevispages.com/wp-admin/profile.phpHe continued, “This is a significant achievement for any network and we thank our current customers for staying with us and the new customers for choosing LIME.”

Mr. Roos also assured the newest members of the LIME family of an improving network and customer service experience. He noted that there are more improvements and innovative offers on the horizon. Customers can soon look
forward to seamless ‘Quad Play’ that will converge their mobile, broadband and fixed line services for availability almost anywhere.

“I was attracted by the value of LIME’s data plan offers; in addition to their very extensive range of affordable smartphones. It made the perfect Christmas gift for myself and my husband” said Mrs. Simone Liburd newly minted LIME Customer.

In St. Kitts and Nevis, LIME continued its partnership with the National Carnival Committee through its sponsorship of Sugar Mas 43. The Federation’s only full service telecommunications provider also partnered with the former Miss. St. Kitts and LIME contestant, Kaeve Armstrong to bring Christmas cheer in the form of special gifts to the children warded in the pediatric wing of the JNF General Hospital, as well as to expecting parents and parents of new-born at the hospital’s maternity ward.About

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