Airtel Bangladesh Limited, the fastest growing telecom operator in the country, is offering their customers to place calls in Nepal for free of cost for the 48 hours from 12 am, 27th April, 2015.
On 25th April, 2015, a 7.8 magnitude quake struck an area between the capital, Kathmandu, and the city of Pokhara and on 26th April, 2015, another 6.7-magnitude tremor, centered 60km (40 miles) east of Nepal’s capital Kathmandu, hit the country. PD Sarma, MD and CEO, Airtel Bangladesh Limited, said, ‘’We are deeply saddened by the severe impact that one of the worst earthquakes in Nepal has had on the lives of its people. As a small gesture during this hour of crisis, we have decided to offer all calls on the Airtel network from Bangladesh to Nepal completely free of cost for the next 48 hours effective from 12 am, 27th April, 2015, thus enabling customers across the country get in touch with their families and friends in Nepal.’’
Airtel Bangladesh Limited is offering their all customers to make calls to Nepal free of cost for the next 48 hours. This initiative will let the people get connected to their beloved ones who are affected by the earthquake hit in Nepal.
About Airtel Bangladesh Limited
Airtel Bangladesh Limited is one of the fastest growing mobile services providers in Bangladesh and is a concern of Bharti Airtel Limited, a leading global telecommunications services provider. The company offers a wide array of innovative mobile services, including voice, value added services, data and m-commerce products and is focused on expanding its state-of-the-art mobile network both for coverage and capacity.