Ufone CEO Nominated for CEO of the Year Award

Mr. Abdul Aziz, President and CEO of Ufone has once again made it to the top by getting nominated for the “CEO of the Year Award 2011” by Asia Communication Awards (ACA) committee.

Mr. Aziz’s nomination is truly a cause for national pride as once again he is the only Pakistani who has been nominated to gain recognition at this event.

Following is the complete list of nominations for “CEO of the Year award 2011”

  • Abdul Aziz – Ufone
  • Li Yue – China Mobile
  • Stephen Ho – CITIC Telecom CPC (formerly known as CPCNet Hong Kong Limited)
  • Paul Blanche-Horgan – Ezecom
  • Khalid Al Kaf – Mobily
  • Akira Arima  – NTT
  • William (Bill) Barney – PACNET
  • Ravi Bhatia – Primus Telecom
  • Chua Sock Koong – SingTel
  • Greg Young – SLT (Sri Lanka Telecom)
  • Neil Montefiore – StarHub
  • Vinod Kumar – Tata Communications
  • Tarek Robbiati – Telstra International

Vote for Mr. Abdul Aziz:

You can play your role for brining the award to Pakistan by voting for Mr. Abdul Aziz on this page: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ACA-CEO-2011

Tech and telecom reporter for over 15 years

  • He should do one thing before receiving this award.

    Those in Ufone who give information of customers to third parties who threat customers for any reason should be kicked out of Ufone. Ufone is getting very famous for illegal access to customers’ information and taking it very light.

  • Hats off to CEO. Pls bring this honor. Just a question! If u reduce ad frequency of 3 idiots, u can give significant cost reduction to ur subscribers.

  • First of all, he’s not that fair, this picture has been a victim of photoshop.

    Secondly, wasn’t Rashid Khan nominated for the same award last year?

  • Its very good to have CEO from Pakistan is having this award,

    Customer Services of Ufone should also be check by our CEO, by just dialing helpline number, talk to any person there, all the hype created by marketing deptt about its product will down to zero due to the poorest customer services.

    Rotten eggs should be thrown out including all management.

    Customer switched to other network

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