Ufone 4G has announced an initiative to offer free calls to the North African country. This move is aimed at helping people connect with their loved ones affected by the disaster.
The earthquake resulted in large-scale casualties and mass displacements in Morocco, a country that is home to a significant number of Pakistani diaspora. In light of this, Ufone 4G’s initiative is designed to alleviate the distress experienced by the Pakistani diaspora and their families back home during such a calamity.
This initiative is part of Ufone 4G’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, which seeks to use technology to bring people closer together and make a positive impact on society. The company is offering a 7-day call package that includes 30 minutes of free International Direct Dialing (IDD) calls. Subscribers can avail of this package by dialing the code *2255#.
The free call facility will remain valid for an entire month, providing ample time for affected individuals and their families to reach out to each other. This generous gesture from Ufone 4G underscores its unwavering commitment to keeping people connected, especially during challenging times, even beyond international borders.
Ufone 4G’s initiative is a testament to the company’s ongoing support and solidarity with those affected by the earthquake. It also highlights the company’s dedication to leveraging technology to bring people closer together, particularly during times of crisis.