Wednesday, June 22, 2011



England national team defender and Manchester United (MU), Rio Ferdinand, will visit Indonesia on 29 June. The arrival of Ferdinand is part of strategic cooperation cellular service provider "3" (Tri) with world-class football club, Manchester United (MU).

Rio Ferdinand's presence in Indonesia in order to meet supporters of MU in Indonesia. President of Tri Manjot Mann explains, "Tri has established strategic alliances with world soccer club Manchester United for 3.5 seasons since 2009. This cooperation is a form of Tri commitment to bringing the best in the world to Indonesia. As a continuation of a series this cooperation, we present Rio Ferdinand to meet her fans in Indonesia. I hope Rio Ferdinand's presence in Indonesia gives inspiration and encouragement to the Indonesian football. "

To hold the proponents of MU and Rio Ferdinand, Tri loyal customers the opportunity to meet with Rio Ferdinand Tri on June 29, 2011. The customer can follow the quiz Tri through / triindonesia, / BlackBerryThreeID, and the Twitter account @ twitpaketri.

Rio Ferdinand is one of the best defender in the world. Peckham-born star is shining in the Premier League with West Ham United, under the guidance of Harry Redknapp. He then moved to Leed United in November 2000 and played for Manchester United in 2002.

In May 2008, Ferdinand signed a new contract for a period of five years. A few days later, he helped Manchester United win the Champions League in Moscow.

Meanwhile, since the operation in 2007, Tri has been providing telecommunications services to almost all islands in Indonesia. Until late 2010, the coverage of the Tri service has reached more than 16 million subscribers and 81 percent of the population of Indonesia.

Tri signal present at the 3200 districts in 24 provinces on the island of Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. Tri reinforced by more than 12,000 base stations are equipped with EDGE technology nationwide, 3G HSDPA in 8 major cities (Medan, Batam, Greater Jakarta, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, and Bali), and will continue to be expanded to the cities in Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi.
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