Mobilk - As the world continues to navigate through the pandemic and become even more dependent on the internet, Ooredoo is reaching out to parents across Oman to help them find ways to ensure everyone, including youngsters, are using the internet safely, while protecting themselves against cyberbullying. It’s part of a major campaign the telecoms company is running throughout the month of Ramadan to spread awareness on the different ways to enjoy and surf the internet responsibly and safely.
Raed Mohammed Dawood, Director of Branding, Communications and Corporate Affairs at Ooredoo, said, “Cyberbullying is a serious problem that can affect a person’s mental health, leaving victims with anxiety, depression and other stress-related conditions. Moreover, as the pandemic has forced us to rely on the internet for work, educational purposes and to keep in touch with loved ones, it is of paramount importance that we reinforce the correct ways to use the internet, especially with children. These are important conversations that need to be had by parents, educators and even in the workplace.”
Ooredoo’s Supernet is secure and upgraded with the latest technology so that its customers can continue to enjoy a positive online experience. Alongside its value-packed services, offers and promotions, and the excellence of its customer care, Ooredoo is committed to working to safeguard all members of the Ooredoo family and the community so that everyone can enjoy the internet and have a happy experience.
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