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Posted: Monday 22 August, 2022 at 11:30 AM

Awesome Winnings Continue at Flow this Summer

By: Flow, Press Release

    Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis – August 19, 2022 – Summer continues to heat up with instant prizes and giveaways at Flow St. Kitts & Nevis.


    On July 29, the Awesummer Winnings prepaid summer promotion launched where Flow customers get access to instant prizes and weekly prize giveaways by:


    1. Topping up $15 or more


    2. Activating a 3 Day or higher Super Combo prepaid plan


    Once either action is completed, all customers have to do is check their text messages and click the link to unlock instant prizes and find out if they are the lucky weekly winner. Instant prizes include more data or bill credit, and weekly prizes of $150 gas vouchers or $200 grocery vouchers.


    “We continue to see gas and grocery prices increase so Flow was very thoughtful in creating a value-added promotion that everyone could enjoy,” said Sharisma Patrick, Marketing & Communications Executive.


    The Awesummer Winnings get even better for new customers switching to Flow. Port your prepaid number and receive incredible savings on the Samsung Galaxy A13. Originally priced at $749, customers can purchase the handset for just $399 with the activation of a 30-Day Prepaid Combo Plan.


    Visit your nearest Flow store in St. Kitts or Nevis before summer is over to learn more.


    Current customers can visit or dial *129 to activate Super Combo plans to start winning today.








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