#MYBaikHati Campaign By Digi Aims To Assist B40 Students
The folks at Digi is calling for your help to be a part of their #MYBaikHati campaign, where it is a device crowdsourcing initiative to provide students from lower income (B40) community with improved access to digital learning and equal opportunity to stay ahead in today’s digital age.
Digi #MYBaikHati campaign
With the campaign, the company is collecting used devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops from its employees, customers, as well as the public to be repurposed and distributed amongst the B40 students.
It is a year-long campaign which started its pilot phase in Klang Valley yesterday, with plans to expand progressively in the country in due course.
If you are interested in helping and doing your part, those from the Klang Valley area can contribute through two ways:
- Register interest to donate on the Yellow Heart #MYBaikHati campaign page and arrange for a pick-up
- Drop off devices at Digi’s designed collection points at Digi Store Klang or Digi Store Cheras
You can donate smartphones, 4G-enabled tablets, Chromebooks with Windows 8 and above and laptops, all preferably with the chargers intact. They must be in working conditions and show no major damage. Devices that do not meet requirements will be disposed responsibly, according to the company.
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Pokdepinion: It’s a great initiative to begin with. If you have an old yet working device, why not make use of them for those who need it?