Following the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal over the weekend, du is giving all its Nepalese customers three free minutes to call home and get in touch with their family. Simply dial any number in Nepal before midnight tomorrow, April 27, and the first three minutes of talk time will be free of charge.
“Our customer is at the core of everything we do, and by offering them some additional call time, free of charge, we hope that it will make connecting with their loved ones less stressful in their time of need,” says Ahmed Mokhles, executive vice president, Consumer Business, du, in a press statement. “We send our heartfelt sympathies to all the people in Nepal and the region affected by this tragedy.”
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