BUSINESS BYTE: Flow brings bingo to Dominica

Flow customers will have the opportunity to win substantial cash and major prizes valued over fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) as the company brings virtual Bingo to Dominica.

Flow, the country’s leading telecommunications provider, announced the start of the Bingo promotion that will see customers who top-up at least fifteen ($15) or activate any always-on prepaid combo plan qualifying to play.

Customers who sign-up for a new postpaid service, and those who purchase Flow’s ‘All In’ or ‘All In+’ bundle packages, also qualify to enter the Bingo games.

Flow has engaged the expert services of GoToFete Advertising Agency, the producers of Waggy-T Bingo to execute the virtual Bingo for Dominica.

Eligible customers will automatically receive a congratulatory text message with a link to register a GoToFete account for those who do not already have one. Once registered, a free e-bingo ticket is emailed to the customer which they simply click on to play on game day. There will be four game days scheduled for the 14th & 28th of May and 11th and 30th of June.

There will be a final grand prize of $5,000 cash to be won on the final game day of June 30th. Other game prizes include a 58” Samsung TV, Samsung Galaxy A7 tablets, Samsung A21s Handsets, and more cash.

General Manager, Flow Dominica, Jeffrey Baptiste remarked “We have been working hard to provide our customers in Dominica with the best products and services having recently re-introduced the popular prepaid always-on combo plans that provides a lot more value for money.”

He added, “the launch of the virtual Bingo is our way of meeting customers’ needs while helping them better cope with the challenges brought on by the Covid-19 virus through the entertainment provided by the virtual Bingo games”.

The more customers play, the more chances that they have to win.

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1 Comment

    May 31, 2021

    Why do I pay (S)low 180 ec$ to get 2 gig datas and I’m not getting what I want since very long? Is it possible to attack Slow by lawyers?

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