With its clear connection and advanced technological services, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) and their families and regional migrants, can now call their loved ones for free through Abot Tanaw’s high-end video conferencing and call hubs when visiting the Global Pinoy Center (GPC) at the SM Mall of Asia.
Abot Tanaw is a social network media provider that offers free video conferencing and call services through service hubs across the Philippines and one hub in Hong Kong. Abot Tanaw is also the provider of communication services for the newly opened GPC at the SM Mall of Asia, allowing visitors to get in touch with their loved ones through free video and voice calls in their hubs without the need of expensive and complicated applications for Internet calls.
“We are more than happy that Abot Tanaw is part of the recently opened Global Pinoy Center in SM Mall of Asia. Now we can have more opportunities to provide our service to our modern day heroes and extend our reach to the families who need to see their loved ones across the country as well as abroad,” says Doris Jimenez, Abot Tanaw Communications Director.
Abot Tanaw service hubs are located in leading SM Malls across the country, including SMX SM Mall of Asia, SM North EDSA, SM Cebu, SM San Fernando Pampanga, and SM Davao, servicing regional migrants and OFWs.
There’s also an Abot Tanaw service hub located at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport 1 and another international hub right above the Philippine Consul in Hong Kong at the 15th floor of the United Center Building.
Abot Tanaw service hubs are equipped with advanced communications technology that allows crisp call and real time video conferencing to its users. Those wishing to avail of the free service need only register in the Abot Tanaw hubs; they will be assisted by the staff should they wish to make calls to loved ones at another Abot Tanaw hub in the Philippines, or the one in Hong Kong.
One-stop shop for OFWs
The newly opened GPC in SM Mall of Asia is a one-stop shop for services specifically tailored for Filipino international and regional migrants and their family’s needs. It provides services like remittance transactions, legal advices and shopping perks.
During the launch of the GPC, the Abot Tanaw service was featured in a demonstration: A deaf student was able to talk to her uncle working in Hong Kong using sign language thanks to the clear video conferencing feature of Abot Tanaw. It was her first time to have a conversation with him since he flew overseas.
“Abot Tanaw is really about family and bridging the communication gap for OFWs as well as regional migrant workers knowing that our service is an answer to this need so we encourage everyone to avail of this free service,” says Jimenez.
Abot Tanaw is readying its expansion of operations to other SM Malls and in Asia, Middle East, US and Europe.
Source: The Manila Bulletin
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