Robi partners with Green Delta to provide health insurance to sales force

Officials of Robi and Green Delta Life Insurance pose for a photo during the a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signing ceremony at Robi’s corporate office in GulshanCourtesy

Robi has teamed up with Green Delta Insurance Limited to provide insurance coverage to its countrywide sales representatives, supervisors of its authorised distributors and their family members.

The insurance benefits will cover OPD costs, hospitalisation, disability and natural and accidental death coverage.

With this agreement, Robi becomes the first telecom company in the country to provide insurance facilities to the family members of distribution sales representatives.

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed recently in this regard between the two organisations at Robi’s corporate office in Gulshan.

Robi’s chief commercial officer (CCO) Shihab Ahmed and Green Delta Insurance’s additional managing director Syed Moinuddin Ahmed signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organisations.

“This agreement is the first of its kind in the industry to cater to the healthcare and wellness needs of the field force of telecom industry and we are really excited to be part of this initiative,” said Green Delta Insurance’s additional managing director Moinuddin.

“We hope this initiative would contribute to attaining SDG goals such as good health and well-being, decent work and economic growth, reduced inequalities, partnership for goals and thus outline a new standard of workforce welfare in Bangladesh,” he added.

As a result of the said agreement, Robi’s distribution sales representatives and their family members will also be eligible to receive 24/7 telemedicine service, cashless service at network hospitals, diagnostic centers and discounts at certain hospitals approved by Green Delta Insurance.

The executive vice-president (EVP) of Robi’s agile sales operations and digital channel Muhammad Mehedi Hasan; general manager of distribution and capability development Mohammad Istiak Karim; Green Delta’s head of digital business Mohammad Moniruzzaman Khan and other concerned high ups from both organisations were present on the occasion.