Pay IT Forward

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SMART  Communications, Inc., the leader in Wireless is recognizing Heroes.

HEROES need not neccesarily the Dead Type.

HEROES that Smart is looking for are ordinary people doing extraordinary deed  that would make a positive difference in this world.

“The goal is to support, promote, expand, enhance, reward, and enable social good efforts that foster learning through technology. With payITfwd, social good activities can scale up and even encourage the public to support their cause”, said Ramon “Mon” Isberto, head of Smart Public Affairs Group.

SMART is looking for individuals or groups that are already doing community-based projects that contributes to learning and expansion of knowledge in various fields such as education, environment, disaster preparedness, health, livelihood and sports.

Entries must be submited in video format showing an overview of the project, its impact to recipient community, and how technology can enable the project  or further spread its benefits.

SMART will be selecting the best 20 entriesin two-round selection process that will run from May 21 up to July 31, and August 16 to October 31 this year.

Each of the selected social good advocates, 10 for each round , will recieve a technology package comprising five tablets, 1 Smart Bro pocket wifi, Smart Bro load worth 3,000 pesos, and a Cash prize of 50,000 pesos.

To know more about payITfwd and the complete mechanics, visit http://www.smart.com.ph/payITfwd.

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