Share your LIME Mobile Credit – send a Me2U!

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August 18, 2014

PRESS RELEASE – LIME has re-launched its Me2U service which allows prepaid mobile customers to transfer credit to another LIME mobile phone using SMS or text message commands.

Customers can send from $3 up to $200 in credit to any LIME prepaid mobile customer. They must have a minimum balance of $5 on their LIME prepaid phone in order to send credit.

Customers do not have to register or sign up for the service and there is no transaction fee charged for each transfer. You only pay for the value of the credit transferred.

To transfer credit customers can simply dial *128* plus the 10-digit mobile number they are sending the credit to and the credit amount being sent followed by the number sign, eg *128*phonenumber*amount#.

Both the customers sending the Me2U and the one receiving it will receive a text indicating the transfer has occurred. The transferred amount is deducted from the sender’s account for

every Me2U transaction.

Joanna Marius, Head of Customer Experience, said: “LIME is committed to finding new, easier ways to help customers stay connected to friends and family and to keep them talking. For emergency purposes this service is invaluable as any family member or friend can send as little as $3 and as much as $200 credit easily and instantly to their loved ones when needed.”

Prepaid customers roaming within the LIME Caribbean territories will be also able to send and receive Me2U credit transfers. Those roaming outside the LIME Caribbean (eg the USA) will be able to receive a Me2U providing that the sender is from the customer’s home island.

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