Telecommunications company Digicel is offering all 19,344 students who wrote the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam on August 20 free mobile service with internet for one month.
In a release issued earlier this week, the company said a further 25 per cent discount on mobile plans will be offered to the students until the end of the year.
It said the initiative was done in support of the nation’s e-learning efforts.
“These SEA students are now making that critical transition from primary into secondary school and we understand the importance of being ‘present’ at the start of the term. By giving free service for their first month at their new school, we hope that we are helping them off to a good start,” said Colin Greaves, Head of Public Relations, Digicel.
The plan gives 30 days of unlimited calls to local Digicel mobile and Digicel landline numbers, 75 anywhere minutes, six GB of LTE data to access the internet, free premium D’Music and messaging so students can video and voice call.
The release said parents need to present the child’s SEA slip to redeem the offer.