The internet plays a vital role in our lives. Thanks to the internet, we have been able to stay connected with our work, and the rest of our world amid the pandemic! But how far would you go to appreciate your network provider for the internet connection? Well, we don’t know about you, but this new mum and dad have gone to an extreme by naming their newborn daughter after a WiFi company. Sounds, absurd? That’s not it- they have named their daughter after the company in exchange for free internet for 18 years.
Twifi Is Offering Free Internet To Parents Who Name Their Newborn Twifius or Twifia
As funny as it sounds, all this is a part of the deal, which is currently being provided by Swiss internet provider Twifi. Twifi is offering free internet to parents who call their newborns Twifius or Twifia. The add on the website says:
“Simply upload a photo of your child’s civil birth certificate. After verification, Twifi will give you 18 years of free internet.”
The parents have given their baby daughter the middle name Twifia, and say they will put the money they would have spent on WiFi into an account for her. They further hope that this fund that they save for her, and this money will help her buy a car when she turns 18.
Speaking about the same, the dad in an interview to a leading said,
“The longer I thought about it, the more unique the name became for me, and that was when the thing got its charm.”
The baby’s mum on the other added,
“For me, the name Twifia also stands for connection in this context. For an eternal bond. There are much worse names. And the more often we say ‘Twifia’, the heartier the name sounds.”
The Offer Is Still Open For New Parents
The parents have added Twifia behind their daughters two other first names, but say they are a little ashamed they have used it in the first place. Hence, they want to maintain anonymity now.
Well, the company is so proud about this deal that Twifi boss Philippe Fotsch will pay for their internet even if his company goes bust as a “matter of honour”, and the offer is still open to other new parents.
Would you apply for such an offer?