Saber Feizi, the former head of Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI), has joined Taliya Group to improve the infrastructures and market share of Iran’s second mobile network. Feizi is one of the most sophisticated managers in Islamic Republic and he is a well-known figure in the niche.
Under the tutelage of Saber Feizi, TCI had around 30,000 employees in Iran and its net revenue was more than $3 billion a year. According to the announcement made by Taliya, the group is intending to attract more customers by this switch.
Feizi has helped TCI to attract investments from local and foreign corporations despite international sanctions on Iran’s economy. The former Chairman of TCI brought the company to Iran’s stock exchange market. End of September 2009, Mobin Trust Consortium won the tender for TCI (50% + one, shares) for $7.8 billion. This company partially belongs to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps.
A few days ago the board of Taliya announced that the company is looking to restructure its brand and revive its share in Iran’s market. This is the first and most important step token by Taliya group.
Taliya mobile network has started new round of marketing campaigns to attract more clients. The third largest mobile network in Iran currently has less than 100,000 subscribers.