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Flow Launches New Integrated Service

Flow has launched Quad Play, an innovative new product which packages Flow Evo TV, Mobile, Broadband and Home Phone services into ONE plan that can save customers hundreds of dollars. Subscribers can enjoy the convenience of one bill from one provider for four services starting at $199 per month.

At this price customers can experience the best in-home entertainment with Flow Evo TV which offers up to 155 Channels, On-Demand sports and movies, HD quality, pause and rewind live TV, live shows playback from the beginning, cloud storage, and TV on their mobile with Flow To-Go App. The Broadband element of the Quad Play package provides up to 100Mbps for internet access and the mobile plan features as much as 50GB data, 5,000 minutes anywhere with the ability to share minutes and data. Customers will also get up to 2,800 minutes to call landline numbers locally, USA, Canada and UK from their home phone landline as part of the package. In addition, there are no set up or installation fees.

“The easiest way to describe Quad Play is convenience and value for money. So many people use one provider for TV, another for broadband and perhaps another for mobile. This can get quite cumbersome. Quad Play takes the best prices and features that Flow offers and builds a plan that ultimately will allow the customer to save on each service,” explained Daniel Tathum, Flow Managing Director. “No other telecoms provider in Cayman can offer this type of product and Flow Cayman is proud to be the first in our 15 markets to actually create this all-inclusive telecom bundle.”

Quad Play is available to people looking to switch to and existing Flow customers. They can sign up at any Flow location.

For more information, visit a Flow Store.


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