Grameenphone (GP) today reported a progression of activities to remain by the frontline health professionals. In addition, the package includes its clients, and its retailers battling against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Further, In an online conference, CEO of Grameenphone Yasir Azman has proclaimed 10 crore free minutes to its 1 crore clients. To explain, 10 mins for every GP client who couldn’t revive in April and had a low account balance.
Henceforth, In order to help frontline clinical staff, this time, GP will stretch out further help to 25,000 specialists. In fact, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) ensured it battling coronavirus pandemic. Alongside that, the telecom giant will offer them 30 GB data consistently for the following a half year. Instead, at a token cost of Tk 1 every month.
GP Against COVID-19 Pandemic
Provided that, Seven and a half crore active GP users will enjoy Tk 0.48 per-minute call charge. Additionally, 100 percent reward on week after week all-data packs. Moreover, 10 crores safety-net credit plans to injured retailers.
These new activities are in continuation of recently declared reactions by the market-driving bearer. Till now, their duty to the Covid-19 response conveys an estimation of Tk 100 crore. In the meantime, GP additionally contributed Tk 15 crore to help 100,000 ultra-poor families through its joint exertion with Brac. Furthermore, it disseminated 50,000 PPEs to DGHS-chose emergency clinics. To donate, visit The GP And BRAC Joint Effort Fund.
Not to mention, as a major aspect of an awareness drive, GP clients have just seen a preventative message “Stay Home” close to the sign bar on their telephones.
Grameenphone likewise evaluated a growing data need during lockdown situations. In other words, the entire economy, business, and crisis administrations running on connectivity. Therefore, GP declares a 100% data reward tending to those requirements on every single week after week datum packs bought through the MyGP application.
All things considered, Grameenphone also executed a possible method of work for its representatives. Correspondingly, it puts significant emphasis on driving awareness among its employees to retaliate the outbreak of Covid-19 in Bangladesh.
Notably, They are operating #BangladeshChallenge to encourage the youth of Bangladesh to mark emergency and necessary locations known to them. Through this initiative, we will ask people to mark – pharmacies, hospitals, clinics, recharge points, etc. In this lockdown circumstance, it will help individuals to get connected with for a more noteworthy national reason and to battle COVID-19 by getting emergency supplies using the map.
Let’s stay home and safe. Stay with Markedium!