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Jazz to spend PKR 1.2 billion to support Covid-19 relief efforts

Wednesday 8 April 2020 | 17:29 CET | News
Pakistani mobile operator Jazz has announced plans to invest PKR 1.2 billion to support Covid-19 relief efforts. The support will include short to mid-term initiatives aimed to limit the negative impact of the pandemic, primarily for the most vulnerable communities, Jazz said. As part of this immediate rollout, Jazz will provide support to welfare organizations across Pakistan.

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Companies: Jazz
Countries: Pakistan
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