Wateen Telecom and the International Student Identity Card (ISIC) join forces
Wateen Joins Hands with ISIC to Discount 20% on Monthly Line Rent
Wateen Telecom is happy to announce its latest partnership with the International Student Identity Card (ISIC) Association, to work together to support students in Pakistan. A memorandum of understanding was signed between the two entities under the terms of which Wateen will offer 20% discount every month on all WiMAX line rent to any person with a valid ISIC card for a year. The ISIC is a global standards body that issues identity cards to students from recognised educational institutes.
The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) is the only globally recognized student identity card, which is exclusively endorsed by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). The ISIC is selected and used by over 4.5 million students globally so that they can avail student facilities in other cities and countries, such as libraries. Students of recognised universities and colleges from all around the world are eligible for the ISIC card and can become the part of global student community by registering with the ISIC. The card is issued throughout 120 countries, giving students access to over 40,000 benefits worldwide at more than 100,000 locations.
Commenting on the MOU signing, Wateen’s CEO Naeem Zamindar said, “Wateen’s partnership with the ISIC is part of our continuing commitment to the building the future educational and information network necessary for a knowledge based economy, the kind of economy that will drive Pakistan in terms of development and economic growth. It is our sincere hope that this partnership will help the students and youngsters of Pakistan. Our partnership with ISIC is another step towards realizing Wateen’s vision of enabling every man, woman and child in Pakistan through leading edge technology. Through Wateen Telecom services, we expect to reach more students throughout Pakistan and give them access to the many unique advantages Wateen Telecom offers”.