Mediaworld: PS5 + Ratchet & Clank bundle available from 3pm!

Mediaworld: PS5 + Ratchet & Clank bundle available from 3pm!


3:21 pm update: console sold out!

Last day of console sales on Mediaworld (at least for now), in what has been a triptych of truly unmissable days for anyone looking for a PlayStation 5 console seen that, as you know, the chain has made available, starting from Monday, several pieces of the highly sought-after Sony console.

As already happened for yesterday, therefore, Mediaworld will make available a new stock of consoles starting from 15:00, the time in which the digital queue will open to then access the sale. Of course, with regard to yesterday, the problems were not few, and the high demand from users led to a suspension of the sales service, with waiting times (in themselves already very long) that they are soon expanded beyond measure.

This is why today we suggest you not to lose your temper, but to keep an eye on this same article in which, just as we did yesterday, we will update you on what the situation will be right from the start of the sale. Beyond this, we also suggest that you register immediately, if you have not already done so, to the new console sales platform of the chain, accessible at these coordinates, through which, for a few months, Mediaworld has been managing orders relating to PS5 and Xbox Series X.

Having said that, we reiterate that the PlayStation 5 made available by the portal today is not simply the one with disc, but is the official bundle created by Sony which also includes the Ratchet & Clank: Rift videogame inside the package. Apart. Other editions, including the coveted "Digital Edition", are therefore not available and, therefore, if you are interested in other versions of the console, we have no better suggestion on this than to subscribe to our four Telegram channels dedicated to offers, or the ideal place to promptly receive information regarding the upcoming availability of PlayStation 5, and where we will also offer you in real time all the best promotions relating to Offers, Hardware & Tech, Clothing and Sports and Chinese products.

Read also : PS5: hard to fall in love with a console that doesn't tell you anything Having clarified this, we guarantee that the console is not only sold directly from the chain, but it is available at no extra charge, and without the obligation to bundle with other products, and with shipments that should leave by the end of the month. It is therefore not, as many believed, a preorder, but an actual sale! Good luck!

Latifur Rahman’s first death anniv today

Today is the first death anniversary of Latifur Rahman, founder chairman and CEO of Transcom Group, a well-known and highly respected business house.

His passing coincided with the death anniversary of his grandson Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain. Faraaz, a student of Emory University in Atlanta, US, was brutally killed by terrorists during the July 1 attack at the Holey Artisan Bakery in Gulshan in 2016.

Latifur was the founding director of Mediaworld, the company that owns The Daily Star, and chairman of Mediastar, the owning company of Prothom Alo. The newspapers are the leading English and Bangla dailies in the country.

Soft-spoken and humble, the visionary and ethical businessman passed away in his sleep at his paternal home in Cumilla after suffering from lung-related illness for a long time.

A respected figure in the global business community, Latifur single-handedly built one of the biggest business conglomerates in the country with his hard work, perseverance, and entrepreneurial skills.

Born in Jalpaiguri on August 28, 1945, he began his education at St Francis School and then went to St Edmund's School, Shillong, in 1956. He also studied at St Xavier's College in Calcutta (now Kolkata).

After coming to Dhaka, he started as a trainee at his family-owned jute mills -- W Rahman Jute Mills in Chandpur – in 1966. The jute mill was the first jute mill to be owned by a Bangalee in the erstwhile East Pakistan.

He became an executive and worked there until 1971. But the government nationalised industries in 1972 and Latifur found himself in a very difficult situation.

The family also owned some tea estates in north-eastern Bangladesh but after the independence of Bangladesh the price of the produce was less than the production cost.

But he did not give up hope. The same year, Latifur came across a Swiss company and started a trading business. There was no looking back after that.

Eventually, he established Transcom Group in 1981.

Latifur was a member of the executive board of ICC-Paris, vice president of ICC-Bangladesh and member of Brac's governing body. He was a member of the Bangladesh Better Business Forum and the Advisory Committee on World Trade Organisation.

He was also president of the Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dhaka for seven terms and of Bangladesh Employers' Federation.

Latifur was also chairman of the Bangladesh government's Trade Body Reforms Committee and a member of Bangladesh Bank's executive board.

He was an honouree of 'Oslo Business for Peace Award 2012' and was awarded Business Executive of the Year 2001 by the American Chamber of Commerce in Bangladesh.

The businessman was also honoured with the 'Saarc Outstanding Leader' award and Lifetime Achievement Award which was presented by the UK Bangladesh Catalysts of Commerce and Industry.

Latifur Rahman married Shahnaz Rahman. They have three daughters Simeen Hossain, Shahzreh Huq, (late) Shazneen Rahman, and son Arshad Waliur Rahman.

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