The owner of Vodafone Ukraine allocates $ 1 million to combat coronavirus in Ukraine
Group of companies NEQSOL Holding, which owns Telecom operator Vodafone Ukraine, adopted a decision to allocate $ 1 million to combat coronavirus in Ukraine.
Funds will be used to purchase equipment, systems testing, drugs, supplies needed in hospitals to protect doctors and patients and provide quality health care.
«Ukraine for us is not just a new market for investment. It holds a special place on the map of our business. Here we have a lot in common. We have long-standing close and friendly relations. Here we have family, friends, colleagues and business partners. Therefore, the decision on the allocation of funds to combat coronavirus in Ukraine has become for us a completely natural step. We consider it our duty to help in the solution of urgent tasks related to the fight against the virus, and want to play our part in ensuring the care of the Ukrainian citizens in this difficult time,» — said Yusif Jabbarov, CEO NEQSOL Holding.
«We are very grateful to our shareholders for this important now for Ukraine help. Previously, we allocated its own funds for the purchase of the ventilator for Ukrainian hospitals in Kiev, Lviv, Kharkiv, Zhytomyr, and Lutsk, provided support to our customers roaming overseas and also provided free access to communication via instant messengers and social networks on the duration of the quarantine in Ukraine», – said Olga Ustinova, CEO of Vodafone Ukraine.
Initiative Vodafone Ukraine to support the country and its citizens during the epidemic of the coronavirus:
- In order to support local budgets guide Vodafone Ukraine took the decision to abandon tax incentives in support of business stipulated by the law No. 3220.
- From March 13 to quarantine Vodafone Ukraine has provided its customers in Ukraine free unlimited access to popular im and social networks Online Pass to be able to stay connected, despite the restrictions.
- March 14, in coordination with the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Ukraine Vodafone informed its customers that are roaming about the upcoming closure of the border of Ukraine and added to the account of its prepaid customers at RS 100, to give the opportunity to stay in touch to return to the country, as well as time to get up to date vital information.
To support the Ukrainians who remain behind in quarantine, Vodafone Ukraine has provided access to without additional payments to a number of educational and entertainment services company serials for Vodafone TV, Vodafone Books, a Children’s club Vodafone and app stores Vodafone Vodafone Market and Kids Market.