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LIME is not just all talk with AllTalk

LIME is not just all talk with AllTalk

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LIME, the new Caribbean communications business, launched last week by Cable & Wireless, has introduced AllTalk, a new service that allows customers to stop worrying about per minute costs and talk for hours every day for a single, fixed monthly fee.{{more}}

AllTalk, the first new service to be launched by LIME, gives mobile customers 6,000 minutes of talk each month for just $155.25 VAT inclusive a month. Calls can be made to any other LIME landline or mobile anywhere in the Caribbean – that’s more than three hours a day to talk to friends, family and loved ones.

The plan offers fantastic value to both pre-paid and post-paid customers (who pay the same) – in fact, if customers use all 6000 minutes, the cost of each call works out at less than three (3) cents per minute.

Both new and existing customers can sign up for AllTalk now.

“Our customers told us they’re fed up of worrying about talking too much and facing a big telephone bill each month, said Richard Dodd, CEO of LIME. “AllTalk allows our customers to talk for hours, at any time of day, from anywhere, to any LIME telephone Caribbean-wide.”

“I’m not sure I’ve got enough to say to talk for three hours every single day of the month, but I’d love to see some of our customers making the most of the offer and coming close” he continued.

The plan includes 6000 minutes in calls from LIME mobile to LIME Caribbean mobile and LIME Caribbean landline. LIME Caribbean landline and mobile destinations include: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Turks and Caicos. International calls charged at usual Cable & Wireless international rates. Minutes outside of the Plan, including calls to other mobile and landline operators are charged at usual rates. Cable & Wireless Terms and Conditions apply. Promotional offer ends 3rd February.

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