Mushfiqur Rahim becomes MetLife 360Health App’s Health Ambassador
Dhaka, Bangladesh January 22, 2022
With an aim to raise awareness about healthy lifestyle and the tools available to prevent serious illnesses, MetLife Bangladesh has announced a strategic partnership with the former captain of Bangladesh National Cricket Team, one of the finest sports personalities, and world-renowned cricketer, Mushfiqur Rahim.
Under this partnership, Mushfiqur Rahim will share exclusive fitness, lifestyle and diet tips that keep him at his best performance, and will be able to help people build good habits to manage their overall well-being. These health contents will only be available in MetLife’s flagship wellness app: MetLife 360Health.
MetLife Bangladesh’s CEO, Ala Ahmad,FCA, signed the agreement on behalf on the organization with Mushfiqur Rahim through a ceremony held at the head office of MetLife Bangladesh.
MetLife 360Health app can be downloaded for free from Google Play Store https://metlifebd.online/d4454e
MetLife 360Health offers a range of unique features including BMI (Body Mass Index) calculator, COVID-19 symptom checker, individual health risk assessment, online medicine purchase, free virtual doctor consultations, special discounts on diagnostic tests through digital life card, and preferential access to specialists like Cardiologists, Psychologists, Nutritionists, Gynecologists, Gastrologists and General Surgeons.
Alongside, customers will be able to get their policy related information including policy status, policy maturity date and premium due date right from the app.
Commenting on the strategic partnership, MetLife Bangladesh’s CEO, Ala Ahmad, FCA, commented, “Mushfiqur Rahim is one of the finest sportspersons of our time and a symbol of Bangladesh’s excellence in Cricket. Just like it’s important in sports to be fit and healthy, it is equally important in our life to remain active and take care of our health on a daily basis. We hope that our strategic partnership will encourage people of Bangladesh to protect their health and wellbeing."