Telecommunications company, LIME, this month unveiled its Christmas campaign — dubbed “Share the Cheer” — with a number of customer appreciation events in Kingstown.

Customers were feted throughout the day with food and drinks, and given an opportunity to take advantage of the many deals and offers being made available.

Mobile data customers, post paid and prepaid, are receiving double data for three and six months respectively, until December 31.

“That is one of the things we do we listen very carefully to our customers at LIME, making sure we give you what you are asking for,” Marketing and Corporate Communications Lead at LIME, Nikala Williams, said at the corporate launch.

Customers also have the opportunity to win one of 25 free gifts per week when they buy credit or pay their bills on time.

LIME is also offering android handsets at reduced prices during the Christmas season.

Williams also said her company’s broadband Internet is the best.

“It’s high speed internet service with a plus,” she said and reminded the competitors’ clients that they can still get up to four months free broadband service, when they switch before Quantum takes off.

During the corporate launch, Romaine Reid, general manager of Edge Solution won a Samsung Galaxy S4, when his name was pull from a bag containing the names of persons who were at the launch.

At the launch of the LIME Christmas campaign, manager of LIME Soca Dans, said that the group, which includes Fireman Hooper, Luta, Shaunelle Mckenzie and DJ Q, will be hosting a “Kiddies Christmas” event on Dec. 21 at the Victoria Park.

“It’s Island Network and LIME Soca Dans way of giving back to the kids,” Horne said.

“We will be doing a kids carnival in Christmas and every child that comes to the Victoria Park will be leaving with a toy.

“On that day there will be fun games, horseback riding, photo booth with the artistes, and what is a Christmas carnival without Santa and elves?” Horne said.

Horne indicated that along with LIME the event has garnered the support of the National Lotteries Authority, Subway, the Carnival Development Committee.