Zain, the telecommunications company in Kuwait, announced that in cooperation with the Ministry of Education they will provide the High School exam results via short message services (SMS) at no cost via the dedicated short code (99909).
In a press release Zain, jointly with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education announced that they will provide the SMS service for free, joining the happiness of students in the moment when they are rewarded for a year of hard work.
Nadia AlSaif, Director of Value-added Services in Zain Kuwait explained that those students willing to receive their high school result can access the service by sending their seating number to zain's short code (99909). A message containing the student's results will be sent back as a response to the student's message.
AlSaif said, "In a bid to share this special moment with the students and their joy, Zain will provide the SMS service for free."
She continues, "Zain is keen to offer this service because we provide added value to all of our stakeholders. By offering this SMS service, Zain reflects on its desire to demonstrate a new vision which is part of the organization's social responsibility strategy."
She concluded, "After a long academic year and many exerted efforts students are rewarded for their hard work. We, at Zain, hope to put a smile and joy on the faces of every schoolgirl or schoolboy in the country."
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