Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Private sector's supports

Private sector's supports

This compilation to show the private sector's aids to flood victims will be updated regularly, and the latest updates will be shown on top. Send information to achara_d@nationgroup.com.

Big C Supercentre opens free parking space at 11 branches in East and West of Bangkok including those in Rangsit and Nong Chok. Nation Multimedia Group Plc welcomes donation of money and necessity items. Deposit donations at Kasikornbank Account No. 095-2-71929.7, Seacon Square Branch.

Betagro Group on Oct 11 donated Bt1 million to the disaster relief centre at Don Mueang Airport.

Energy Ministry opens Hotline 02-140-7000, inviting flood victims to file their complaints. The centre will then coordinate other agencies for help.

PTT on Oct 12 releases the caravan of fuel-loaded trucks, which will leave its terminal in Phra Khanong for flooded provinces.

TrueMove extends free 30-day services to pre-paid subscribers in areas affected by flooding in 28 provinces. It offers Bt20 top-up for subscribers in 10 severely-hit provinces and these subscribers can call for an additional Bt20 top up per week to be used for emergency calls. TrueMove will inform them of the number to call via SMS from October 17, 2011 onwards.

For postpaid subscribers, service for those unable to make payment would not be terminated until Oct 31.

Total Access Communication (DTAC) will link its Call Centre (1678) with Government’s Hotline Centre 1111 ext.5, to take complaints from flood victims.

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