Idea roles out new scheme ‘Internet For All’

New Delhi: Mumbai based Indian mobile network operator Idea Cellular on Yesterday announced an ‘Internet For All’ that will provide Idea prepaid users and retailers to gift 100 MB for a month to non-internet users.

Idea roles out this new scheme to connect millions of non-internet users. Idea prepaid customers can avail this service by dialing *756# or can send sms to IFA 56756.

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Chief Marketing Officer, Idea Cellular, Sashi Shankar, said that “The ‘Internet for All’ initiative will encourage the uninitiated to learn more about the internet as a tool for education, banking, shopping, and entertainment, while gaining access to a world of opportunity that the internet opens for us all”.

He further added, “We believe that internet adoption can be accelerated at the grass-root level if existing internet users introduce their un-connected friends and family to adopt the service, thereby transforming their lives”.

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The telecom services provider has personalized this service by sending periodic information to its customers that to how to use free data.

Such notifications will also be sent to the inventor on the progress of internet usage made by the person nominated by them.


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