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Liberty VI Presents Three New Mobile Phone Models

Liberty Maui Front (Submitted photo)

Liberty VI has presented three new mobile phone models from Orbic, which new and existing prepaid customers can combine with their choice of unlimited prepaid plans with 5G access included at no extra cost.

Liberty Maui Back (Submitted photo)

“With these new devices, we are providing more affordable options to our prepaid mobile customers,” said Catherine Kling, director of commercials sales for Liberty VI. “These will no doubt represent a good value for customers looking for devices that are simple and budget-friendly, while keeping them connected to the most reliable mobile network in the USVI.”

“Through our partnership with Liberty, we are proud to announce the launch of our signature flip phone, Orbic Journey R, and smartphones Orbic Maui+ and Orbic Myra 5G,” said Danny Adamopoulos, executive vice president of sales and operations for Orbic.

“With these new devices, customers in the U.S. Virgin Islands who prefer a flip phone can pick Orbic’s Journey R model for free.”

Liberty Journey Back Open (Submitted photo)

For those who want a smartphone, Liberty Prepaid offers two models: the Orbic Maui+ for $9.99, or the 5G-ready Orbic Myra for $59.99. All these models can be activated with a Liberty unlimited plan with calls, data and texts starting at $30 per month,” said Adamopoulos.

The Orbic mobile phones are currently available at any Liberty store throughout the territory. For complete pricing and availability details, visit www.libertyvi.com or visit one of Liberty’s convenient locations.

Liberty Journey Back Closed (Submitted photo)

Liberty VI is also reassuring customers that the company will not change phone numbers or area codes for Liberty customers who live in the USVI.

“There has been a persistent rumor that Liberty VI intends to change its customers’ area codes in the territory. We will not do that,” Kling said regarding this issue.  “We reiterate that, as a mobile service provider, Liberty is not asking customers to give up their ‘340’ area code, nor does it have the power to change an area code. Area codes are overseen by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which is the entity that assigns each territory with its area codes, range of quality and accessible options.”

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