[jamaicaobserver] Telecoms service provider LIME will at the beginning of next month allow regional mobile customers to pay one standard roaming rate for all Intra-Caribbean calls made and received.
The firm in a press release yesterday said that the product, One-Rate-Roaming, will allow LIME customers to be billed at the same roaming rate regardless of which LIME market they visit and applies to LIME customers while roaming in any of following markets:
o Antigua & Barbuda
o British Virgin Islands (BVI)
o Cayman Islands
o St. Kitts & Nevis
o St. Lucia
o St. Vincent & the Grenadines
o Turks & Caicos
o Trinidad & Tobago
"With One Rate Roaming calls are billed at one flat rate, and text messages and Data are charged at the local rates. Blackberry customers pay no additional charges when they're roaming in the 13 LIME markets and in Trinidad & Tobago," said the release. "One Rate Roaming, which is available to both postpaid and prepaid customers in all LIME markets, is simple to access and makes it very easy for customers to calculate their roaming charges on their monthly bills."
The firm added that as a special introductory offer, all customers will enjoy free incoming calls until November 30, 2010.
LIME introduces One-Rate-Roaming across region