March 5, 2010
LIME, FCIB form partnership

Telecommunications company LIME and FirstCaribbean International Bank, the largest bank in the English and Dutch-speaking Caribbean, have joined forces to make it easier for customers to access their world of communications. FirstCaribbean is offering qualifying LIME customers a personal loan facility to purchase communications services from LIME.{{more}}

“This move to partner with FirstCaribbean is driven by what is happening in the economy these days. Companies like ours have to make it easier for our customers to stay in business and keep communicating. Telecommunications is now an integral part of our lives and livelihood, but with declining cash flow we need to find ingenious ways to keep our customers on our network. This partnership with FirstCaribbean will allow qualifying customers easy access to loans to purchase laptops, computers and other communication devices that will enhance the way they do business and interact,” said LIME Head of Retail Sales, Leslie Jack.

Andre Cadogan, FirstCaribbean Manager Retail Sales, expressed his pleasure with the partnership between LIME and his bank. “FirstCaribbean is about building relationships with our customers to provide them with the solutions they need to achieve what matters to them. This initiative is specifically for LIME products and services. Qualifying customers can purchase laptops, computers and mobile plans with one year contract on any service or multiple services with the easy assistance of a FirstCaribbean International Bank personal loan,” said Cadogan.

Both LIME and FirstCaribbean have operations throughout the Caribbean region, serving their customers in the field of telecommunications and banking, respectively.

The partnership is empowering the people to improve their businesses, provide access to greater education and enhance the social lives of all.