Alfa telecommunications announced on Monday the launching of Care Line prepaid program, in coordination with Lebanon’s Ministry of Telecommunications, as a sign of appreciation for healthcare workers.
“Care Line prepaid program offers reductions up to 76% on the various communication services,” Alfa said in a statement, noting that the program is valid as from March 1 until the end of 2021.
“This innovative product comes as a tribute to the medical and nursing body, the first line of defense in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic,” the statement said, adding “the program benefits doctors, dentists and nurses who are members of their unions.”
Care Line includes two programs with different features and reduced prices, as follows:
– Care Line 20: it offers reductions up to 76%, 180 minutes of local calls, 8 GB and 300 SMS for $20 or 30,300 Lebanese pounds per month (excluding the value-added tax).
– Care Line 35: it offers reductions up to 63%, 240 minutes of local calls, 5 GB and 240 SMS for $35 or 53,025 Lebanese pounds per month (excluding the value-added tax).
Work is underway to launch the Care Line program for postpaid lines, Alfa said.
“For more information about the mechanism for subscription and the required documents, you may browse the Alfa website, or communicate with Alfa through its social media platforms. You may also call 111 or get in touch with instant chat services on the website or application.”