Grameenphone Ltd. has launched a special #theirkhushi campaign to share the spirit of the holy Ramadan and happiness of Eid-ul-fitr with people across the country.
Under this campaign, Grameenphone will collect used Internet-enabled handsets from valued customers and other entities and donate them among underprivileged people of the country through BRAC, the largest developmental organization in the world.
Through this campaign customers are encouraged to donate their old or unused internet enabled handsets to all Grameenphone Centers across the country. Grameenphone will refurbish the devices and hand them over to development partner BRAC. Subsequently, the mobile phones will be gifted to young, aspiring entrepreneurs or community role models with one year free internet subscription.
Through this initiative Grameenphone wanted to help those to go beyond who cannot afford to own an internet-enable handsets. Internet can bring immense positive change in people’s lives and surrounding communities. Through this small gesture Grameenphone wish to be a step closer to it’s vision of ‘Internet For All’ on this festive occasion.”
Grameenphone’s #theirkhushi campaign will be activated in seven division of the country and will continue till Eid-ul-fitr. Customers will be able to donate their old phones at any Grameenphone Center along with a photocopy of their NID\passport\driving license. Apart from the GPC’s .
Grameenphone has an ambition to provide “Internet For All” in Bangladesh. High price of Internet-enabled devices has been a barrier for the spread of internet in Bangladesh and Grameenphone has been striving to make them affordable. The #theirkhushi campaign is expected to take Internet to the underprivileged people and help them to Go Beyond with their dreams and aspirations.