ZTE and Celcom team up to donate RM60k worth of smartphones and fixed wireless access devices


Not everyone can afford some of the technology that we enjoy today. Despite entry-level smartphones and some broadband packages being relatively cheap, there are still people who can't put out the money for it. That could be a big reason why ZTE and Celcom teamed up to distribute them.

Specifically, ZTE Malaysia and Celcom partnered up to distribute RM60000 worth of smartphones and fixed wireless access (FWA) devices. The smartphones were donated under the MyBaikHati Program and FWA devices were provided to selected schools and longhouse communities. By using these devices, more children would get access to online learning resources.


Online learning makes it possible for school kids to study remotely. But stable broadband connectivity is important, which is where the FWA devices would help. They help boost Internet connectivity for rural communities, ensuring that these students can also access online learning platforms.

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