‘Iranian Net’ to Partner with Persepolis FC
Iranian Net CEO Ali Hakim Javadi says the fourth mobile operator of Iran is ready to partner with Persepolis FC. The Tehran-based football clubs is willing to launch its simcards in the hope of increasing the club’s revenues. Accordingly, Persepolis has around 40 million fans and supporters inside Iran.
“We are interested in partnering with the officials of Persepolis FC to provide customized services and packages to the fans of this club. Earlier this year, we have received the similar offers from other top organizations and corporations in Iran. Currently, we are able to launch this type of programs at low cost.” Ali Hakim Javadi, CEO of Iranian Net mobile operator, told a press-conference on Monday.
The former Iran’s deputy minister for communications and information technology also went on to say that Iranian Net has great offers for football clubs and organizations willing to offer their own services. “We have sent our proposals for Persepolis FC and the other Iranian clubs. These plans are approved by Regulatory and the authorities of IT Ministry.”
Iranian Net has yet to launch its services officially. “At the current time, we are negotiating with several investors in order to raise money for this project. Iranian Net has obtained the necessary licenses from IT Ministry and there are not any legal problems with regard to its activities.” Hakim Javadi concluded.