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Singtel's Dash, Ezra to boost airtime top ups for migrant workers' families

The collaboration aims to make digital tools and services more affordable and accessible to migrant workers.

Singtel’s Dash and Ezra are collaborating to enable more migrant workers in Singapore to stay connected to their families through international airtime top ups with the Dash app, according to a media release. Dash is said to be Ezra’s first Asia-Pacific partner.

Ezra is a global aid initiative launched in June that aims to help vulnerable migrant communities through digital and financial inclusion. The campaign aims to make digital tools and services more affordable and accessible to migrant workers and to accelerate digital adoption.

The campaign, running from 22 July to 23 August, offers credit of up to two times the value of top-ups to migrant workers who use Dash to purchase international mobile airtime for their friends and family back home.

The international mobile airtime is enabled by Ezra's partner DT One, an extensive global network for mobile top-ups, and the international mobile top-ups are available to multiple destinations including Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

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