If there is no update, it means that you are on an older SIM card. You are not required to change your SIM card, however your phone will display LIME until you do. If you wish to change your SIM card then you may visit a LIME or Flow location to do so.
You must restart your phone. If you are out of network range the updates will take effect once you reconnect and your phone will reflect Flow. Otherwise, the next time you are out of our network range the settings will automatically be pushed to your device and display Flow when you’re back on network.
On return to your home location, the settings will automatically be pushed to your mobile device and reflect Flow
The changeover will take place over the next 7 days from today through 29th March 2016
Based on the merger of Cable and Wireless Communications and Columbus, we launched our new consumer brand, Flow. As such we are in the process of a rebranding exercise to the new Flow across all of our markets in the Caribbean.
The fact is, and ECTEL has confirmed, that CWC does not need approval to merge in these markets. Consequently we are moving ahead with the launch and rebranding to Flow in all of our markets across the Caribbean.
No, until further advised there will be no change to your service.
Directory Assistance Service Rate Adjustment
Effective January 1st 2016, Flow will implement a revised calling rate to the Directory Assistance Service.
The cost of Directory Assistance will be adjusted to $237.71 per call. The Directory Assistance number remains 114, however, information will only be available for local numbers. Not all customers will be able to access the 114 service.
Enjoy free use of the Yellow Pages website at jamaicayp.com, the Yellow Pages publication or via the Directory App on Google Play Store or iOS App Store.
4G refers to the 4th Generation of mobile technology. First generation (1G) was the analogue standard deployed by mobile networks launched in the early 1980's - Nordic Mobile Telephone (NMT) in Europe and Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) in the US.
Second generation (2G) was the digital standard utilised by mobile networks launched in the early 1990's (GSM around the world, TDMA/CDMA in the US).
Third generation (3G) was launched in the early 2000's with WCDMA and EVDO as the main standards.
4G is the fourth generation, and was first deployed in networks around 2008-2009.. 4G today mainly refers to Long Term Evolution (LTE), Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMax) or (High Speed Packet Access (HSPA+)