The Indian mobile network launched a social responsibility campaign to address the digital divide in India.
Aircel aims to address the three major pressing issues in our nation- unemployment, lack of education, degrading environment with its social responsibility program.
To address the employability issue, Aircel emphasizes on creating sustainable opportunities for underprivileged youth by providing them vocational skills like sales techniques, customer relationships, hospitality, etc. After the youth is skilled, they can successfully secure sustainable livelihood opportunities. To address the digital divide in India, Aircel conceptualized Aircel a+ campaign. The purpose of this project is to provide the computer to children from underprivileged backgrounds. The Microsoft ULIP is taught to the children and youth to empower them with good computer operational knowledge. The Aircel’s project for the environment is called ‘Save Our Tiger’, and it aims to create awareness of the plight of this splendid beast and the efforts to save it.
Aircel: Founded in 1999, Aircel is India’s fifth largest mobile network operator with over 65.1 million subscribers. Aircel is a pan India operator and has its presence in 23 circles.
Aircel is the 5th largest telecom operator in India with huge customer base and it offers 24X7 customer care service for these customers.
Aircel also obtained permission from the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to provide international long distance (ILD) and national long distance (NLD) telephony services.
Aircel was founded in 1999 By Chinnakannan Sivasankaran.
Aircel launched the Apple iPhone 4 apart from Bharti Airtel, which is one of the most popular smartphones in the contemporary world.