Sun Cellular, through its International Services, has partnered with the Lipa Archdiocesan Commission on Migrants and Mission (LACCMI), to keep family ties and relationships of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) intact through constant and affordable communication.
LACCMI is the migrant commission in the province of Batangas. It provides pastoral care to Batangueño OFWs and their families left behind in the Philippines including issues in marital relationships, upbringing of children and financial management.
Staying true to its promise to keep OFW family values through its services, Sun Cellular has officially established the partnership with LACCMI last October 23.
Through this partnership, LACCMI will now have free Sun-powered hotlines in their main parish in Lipa City and contact centers all over Batangas, and two desktop computers with Sun broadband wireless services to ensure seamless, reliable and affordable communication among its members here and abroad.
“Laking pasalamat namin sa pakikipag-partner sa ‘min ng Sun”, said Father Pantoja.
“We are a family of OFWs also, so I understand the feeling of OFW families,” shared Sun Cellular Assistant Vice President for International Services Edith Gomez. “That’s why,” Gomez added “I know that our partnership with LACCMI will be a huge help and support to the OFW families in Batangas.”
Sun Cellular offers the lowest IDD rates in the market. With its Sun Todo IDD Tawag card, subscribers can enjoy calling their loved ones abroad for as low as P2.00 minute including the US (Main), Canada, Hong Kong, and Singapore. It is available via call card, Sun Xpress Load or load conversion by texting TODO IDD 50 / TODO IDD 100 / TODO IDD to 247.
Gomez added, “We are thankful that LACCMI accepted Sun Cellular as a partner. In the future, they can expect more partner activities with us.”