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ACT Fibernet extends partnership with Chennaiyin FC for ISL-6!

ACT Fibernet, India’s largest fiber-focused wired broadband ISP (Internet Service Provider), today announced the extension of its partnership with former Indian Super League champions Chennaiyin FC as its official connectivity partner for India Super League (ISL) 2019/20 edition.

As part of the partnership, ACT Fibernet will provide high speed internet service across the stadium offices, media rooms, fan zones and more, which will enable the audience, media, officials and players to stay connected seamlessly and enjoy HD quality internet speeds in real-time.

Speaking on this partnership, Sandeep Gupta, COO, ACT Fibernet said, “We are excited to be the preferred connectivity partner of Chennaiyin FC for the second time in a row. Chennaiyin FC are the flag bearers of football in Tamil Nadu, and we are happy that through our reliable and uninterrupted services we will enable the team, its fans and everyone associated with the club stay connected throughout the ISL season and enhance their overall digital experience.”

Commenting on the partnership, Ganeshaya Sodha, Head of Sponsorships & Marketing, Chennaiyin FC, said “We are extremely happy that ACT Fibernet is our connectivity partner for this season again. Last year, our team and fans had an overwhelming experience through their services. We are glad to have them on board and together we will put forward a fantastic and successful season this year.”

Additionally, ACT Fibernet will be running exciting contests on their social media platforms. Chosen lucky winners will get a chance to win match passes, replica jerseys, match balls, meet & greet with Chennaiyin FC players through the course of the season.

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