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12:00 AM, January 18, 2011 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, January 18, 2011

Airtel signs deal with Singaporean company

Airtel's Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Abhay Seth and Thakral Group's Chief Executive Officer Shahzaman Mozumder sign a deal at the mobile operator's Gulshan office in Dhaka on Thursday. Thakral Group will enjoy customised call tariff and value-added services of Airtel. Photo: Airtel

Airtel Bangladesh teamed up with a Singaporean IT company, Thakral Group, on Thursday to provide all sorts of voice and non-voice services to meet their day-to-day communication needs.
Thakral Group will enjoy customised call tariff and value added services of Airtel in line with the corporate deal signed by the organisations at Airtel's Gulshan office at the Pink City in Dhaka.
“Airtel is honoured to be the corporate partner of the renowned IT Company. This is only the first step to build a long lasting relationship between these two organisations,” said Chris Tobit, chief executive officer of Airtel Bangladesh.
Tobit hopes users in Thakral will enjoy the mobile operator's best-in-class services at a very competitive price.
“We are truly excited to have the partnership with leading global telecommunications service provider Airtel. Its cutting-edge technology, innovative services and affordable tariff inspired us to sign the deal,” said Shahzaman Mozumder, chief executive officer of Thakral Group Bangladesh.
Abhay Seth, chief sales and marketing officer for Airtel; Nauman Fakhar, head of marketing, and Adil Hossain Noble, head of corporate and SME sales, were also present with Thakral Group's Basab Bagchi, chief operating officer.
Airtel Bangladesh is a concern of Bharti Airtel Ltd, a global telecommunications company with operations in 19 countries across Asia and Africa and it started Bangladesh operations on December 20, 2010.
Thakral Group is operating in over 30 countries and has consolidated revenues in excess of $2 billion throughout the world.

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