Ooredoo Maldives today launched “Israhvehinge Plan” a special Postpaid plan dedicated to the elderly community as part of its activities for this year’s World Telecommunications & Information Society Day. The plan was launched to enable, encourage and boost adoption of digital technological usage among the elderly community, under this year’s theme “Digital Technologies for Older Persons and Healthy Ageing”.
This special package was launched by the Hon Minister of Gender, Family and Social Services, Aishath Mohamed Didi. During the launch minister said: “Ooredoo's Senior Citizen "Postpaid" package is a great initiative which will make it a lot easier for the elderly community to navigate through and become a part of the digital world.”
“Internet has rapidly become a crucial necessity of people's life, especially during the post pandemic era. We now greatly depend on technology not just for communication but to access information, accelerate our economy and even to provide quality health care services. It is important to ensure that all ages are included and benefitted through digital advancements. Today, we launch this special package for the elderly community to encourage their involvement in the digital world to enrich and empower their lives. Technology brings new opportunities, improving the health and overall quality of life, and we remain committed in continuing our efforts to enrich the lives of our elderly community through digital.” Managing Director & CEO, Khalid Al-Hamadi.
The newly launched package for the elderly community, Israhvehinge Package provides upto 30% discount on their chosen Postpaid monthly fee and free data dedicated to Viber to customers who are 60 years old and above to help them stay connected with their loved ones. In addition, all customers subscribing to the package will also receive Club Premier Gold membership benefits including special discounts and offers from a vast array of local and international brands and businesses
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