Smart provided Internet connectivity to the City's Cyber Library, which houses an IT Lab that will mainly cater to the City's 2,000 scholars. In addition, six more public schools in Balanga City were adopted under the Smart Schools Program, its flagship community service project that promotes Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in education.'We are supporting Balanga because we share the City's vision to provide quality education and we believe that we are able to maximize our technology, services and programs in a city that is receptive to ICT in education,' said Orlando B. Vea, Smart Chief Wireless Advisor, during the program held at the Balanga Integrated School.
Smart also formalized its agreement with city officials on the Balanga City Infoboard. Infoboard is Smart's web-based group broadcast service. Using a Talk 'N Text customized SIM, the Balanga City Infoboard will allow the City to send out information like announcements, events, government requirements to constituents registered into the service. At the same time, the service's feedback module also allows constituents to easily send feedback to government on services and programs.