This is a sponsored post
Having just returned from holiday to Pakistan, I have realised just how much hubby misses ‘back home’. Even after being in the UK for almost 10 years, he would love it if I said to him tomorrow lets move, but that is unlikely to happen. Therefore, for him, it is important to keep in touch with loved ones on a regular basis.
Over the years I have seen a number of his friends and distant relatives leave home to work abroad. One of his best friends is currently in Dubai, and while I was in Pakistan a distant relative left for Malaysia while another left for Australia. Others are in UK and Holland, with many more dotted around the world. For them and people in other countries leaving to work abroad, it is important for them to be able to connect back to their roots.
One of the ways to do this is by phone and Lebara isn’t just about a SIM card but they have launched a new website which is aimed at helping people connect. Their aim is to reach a billion migrants by 2012 and to help reach this target Lebara are continually launching new products. These incude a place for migrants to connect, and launching soon is an entertainment service to view content from home. Lebara’s new site targets 20 different country experiences in 11 different languages.
The bonus of using a Lebara Sim Card is that you will be contributing to their foundation:
The Lebara Foundation is the non-profit, philanthropic arm of the Lebara Group, which contributes a portion of its profits to the Foundation. We strive to make a difference to the communities of our customers and their families and friends. The Foundation is guided by the provisions and principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. We believe it’s every child’s right to reach their full potential, and that this is non-negotiable.
You can read more about Lebara and the charitable work they do by visiting their site: https://www.lebara.com/uk/en