As a part of its corporate social responsibility and in support of MoE Alternative Education Program, Etisalat has introduced a new data bundle that enables the students and teachers to access and download school books from a dedicated website- developed by the company. The aim is to tackle the challenges of school closures due to the spread of COVID-19 and help the students and teachers to continue with their lessons when attending schools is not possible.
Since its launch on 28 June 2020, the bundle, which offers 1GB data at 5Afs per month, has gained increased attention and has been labeled as the most affordable data bundle in the market by Etisalat customers on social media. The bundle can be used to access http://elearning.etisalat.af only and on the condition of having another data bundle activated.
“We are aiming to turn the lockdown into a learning opportunity for school students in Afghanistan by providing them internet at the lowest possible prices,” said Etisalat Afghanistan CEO, Matthew Willsher.
Etisalat has been committed to supporting Afghans in areas that help improve the quality of life and foster development in the country. As a part of this commitment, educational programs have always been placed in supporting activities of the company.The management at Etisalat Afghanistan believes that giving children a quality education can help bring out the best in every child and prepare them as future leaders of their country.
About Etisalat Afghanistan: –
Etisalat Afghanistan is part of Etisalat Telecommunications Group, headquartered in UAE, one of the largest telecommunications groups in the world. Etisalat Afghanistan launched its services in 2007 and has rapidly become the fastest-growing telecommunications service provider in the country with an active base of 6 million subscribers. The company aims to be at the forefront of its market based on quality, innovative services, and competitive pricing, with unsurpassed coverage in every province in the country. Since 2007, the company has invested US$ 400 million in Afghanistan and is the first telecom company to launch 3.75G services in Afghanistan.