Tamim becomes Robi’s brand ambassador
Bangladesh's ODI captain Tamim Iqbal has joined the leading digital service provider, Robi, as its brand ambassadors for the next two years. This was disclosed at a press conference held at the Robi Corporate Office on Sunday.
Tamim will be working with Robi to promote the company's network strength, digital innovations and other initiatives to ensure new digital experiences for its customers. He will feature in Robi's television commercials, meet and greet events and various other activities, according to speakers at the press conference.
Expressing his delight on the new partnership, Tamim said: "Be it batting, bowling, fielding or introducing a life enhancing digital solution in the market, the common thread that binds cricket with the digital space is innovation. Hence, I am absolutely delighted to work with the leading innovative brand, Robi, to promote its network excellence and digital prowess to the country."
Sharing his optimism, Robi's Chief Commercial Officer, Shihab Ahmad said: "Today, Robi has reached 98.2% of the country's population with its 4G network. This was possible because we had rolled-out the highest number of network towers in the industry since 2019. Following the recent spectrum auction, Robi is ready to ensure the best internet experience by deploying highest spectrum per person per network site. So we have the recipe to the deliver our promised new digital experiences for our customers. I am sure having Tamim bat for us will help the nation to believe in our digital recipe too."
Robi's Acting CEO, M. Riyaaz Rasheed said: "We are indeed proud to have one the finest opening batsman of the world, Tamim Iqbal being associated with us as our brand ambassador. Whenever Tamim takes to the crease, possibilities become realities in an artful manner. We feel his artwork resonates well with Robi's mission of ensuring best digital network experience for its customers. I am sure the opening partnership between Tamim and Robi will lay a solid foundation for Smart Bangladesh of the future."