Zong 4G becomes connectivity partner for FBL

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

Zong 4G has partnered with Faysal Bank Limited (FBL) to provide customized corporate voice and data services. The strategic collaboration will enable Faysal Bank Limited to optimize operations for end-to-end customer experiences through unparalleled connectivity of Zong 4G.
The partnership between the companies was formalized, after signing of contract between Moied Javeed, Acting Chief Commercial Officer of Zong CMPak and Iftikhar Rasul, Divisional Head General Services, Faysal Bank in the presence of Wang Hua, Chairman and CEO, Zong 4G and Yousaf Hussain President and CEO, Faysal Bank along with other senior members of management.
Entering the alliance with Zong CMPak, Faysal Bank is set to reach new heights by uplifting the connectivity needs of their team through the widest network of Pakistan. With Zong’s unmatched 4G connectivity, Faysal Bank team will be able to use the fastest internet for daily operations as well as to remain connected through Pakistan’s No.1 Data Network.
“Speaking at the occasion, Chairman and CEO Zong 4G, Wang Hua said,” Our tailored corporate propositions are enablers for digital transformation for corporations, which position them to prepare for digital future. Through our industry leading expertise and widest connectivity, we are acting as a digital bridge for Faysal Bank, allowing them to facilitate their customers with ease.”
Adding to the occasion, Yousaf Hussain, President & CEO – Faysal Bank said “. It gives us great pleasure to partner with Zong as Faysal Bank is looking for a long term relationship benefiting the customers with exclusive services that will be modulated under this project. Zong 4G has a reputation of being the 4G leader in the market with widest and fastest connectivity services. Faysal Bank believes that this alliance will be mutually beneficial for both organizations and will help in reaching larger markets.’

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