Flow unveils Samsung Galaxy S8!

CASTRIES, Saint Lucia – May 11th 2017 – Saint Lucia’s and the Caribbean’s number one telecommunications service provider, Flow, now has the world’s most ambitious handset available to its mobile customers, with a special offer for new and existing subscribers.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is now at Flow, and postpaid mobile customers get free data with the purchase of the phone, which was introduced at Saint Lucia Jazz on Thursday evening.  New and existing postpaid customers who buy a Samsung Galaxy S8 and sign up or upgrade to a postpaid plan will automatically get double data for three months. This slashes prices by a whopping 50% for the three-month period.

Flow customers are among the first in the world to gain access to the newly launched S8 which was unveiled by Samsung just weeks ago. The first to enjoy the handset on the Flow network was none other than Thomas Leonce, CEO of Events Company Saint Lucia, who are managing the Soleil Summer Festival.

The Samsung Galaxy S8’s stunning look makes it one of the flashiest phones for 2017. Its tall, narrow silhouette, and 5.8-inch curved screen allow it to fit snugly in the palm of your hand. In addition to its classy appearance, the S8 is loaded with features like, water-resistance, super-fast speeds perfect for Saint Lucia’s fastest, most robust network, high performance, wireless charging, and external storage so you can store more photos, videos, and music. It’s the first phone to feature Bixby, Samsung’s new AI assistant.

“We are confident that this value offering will further enhance the mobile experience for our customers and let them best enjoy Flow’s superfast 4G speeds to the fullest,” said Flow Saint Lucia Acting Marketing and Communications Executive, Terry Finisterre. “The S8 is a great innovation! It lets you do so much more, at home, in the office, around town, or taking in the jazz vibes. And Flow’s affordable, flexible mobile data plans, plus offer of three months’ free internet, means our postpaid customers can enjoy the best of both worlds – world-class technology and huge savings.”

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