In a statement, the company explained that with this new telecommunications package its customers will be able to enjoy 45 minutes of voice calls and send 30 messages free of charge. Customers will also be entitled to 200 MB of data, which is valid for 30 days.
However, the company warns that calls and messages will be limited: 1.5 minutes per day and one message can be spent every day. As for the Internet, in addition to the 200 MB of data, access to public electronic services and government portals will be allowed.
According to the company's note, cited by Angop, this new package aims to help its clients keep in touch with family and friends at a time when the country is in a state of emergency.
The note also states that this new plan will be automatically assigned to customers who are currently without an active plan.