New season of Brain Ring intellectual games kicks off with support of Nar
- 13 March 2018
Attaching a special importance to promotion of education, science, culture and enlightenment, “Nar” continues to support the intellectual knowledge contests. For several years now, the mobile operator sponsors the “Brain Ring” competition, and this year yet again has become the main sponsor of these famous intellectual games.
Yet another - thetenth season of “Brain Ring” intellectual games has kicked-off in March 2018. A total of 32 teams representing 15 regions and 10 higher educational establishments of the country will take part in the competition. The games will continue until June of the current year and will be aired every Sunday on the AzTV channel.
By supporting various knowledge competitions and intellectual games, aimed at motivating the youth, “Nar” promotes the enlightenment and strives to increase the interest towards the science, education and knowledge among the younger generation. This is the fourth season of “Brain Ring” when “Nar” is conducting an online contest, aimed at raising the interest towards the games among the TV audience. Thus, those viewers who become first to send the correct answers to questions, at the Twitter account of “Nar” during the broadcast of the games, are awarded with special prizes and gifts. This way, the “Brain Ring” fans are provided with a great chance to view this intellectual contest and win prizes from “Nar” operator at the same time.
“Azerfon” LLC (operating under the “Nar” brand name) has started its operations on March 21, 2007, and within a short period of time became one of the leading companies of the telecommunications and mobile communication industry of Azerbaijan. Being the first operator in the country to introduce the 3G technology, “Nar” provides the customers with a wide 4G network coverage. Moreover, the operator has introduced the “HD-Voice” service, which ensures a significant increase of the quality and flawless transmission of voice. With a large network of over 6500 base stations, covering 93% of the country’s territory, “Nar” provides more than 2 million subscribers with the highest quality services.