close
Saturday May 18, 2024

PTCL’s Flash Fiber hits 500,000 users

By News Desk
May 11, 2024
Pakistani police deployed in front of the building of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), the largest landline telephone network in Islamabad. — AFP/File
Pakistani police deployed in front of the building of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), the largest landline telephone network in Islamabad. — AFP/File

KARACHI: Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited's (PTCL) Flash Fiber, the country's fastest Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH) service, has reached a milestone of 500,000 customers nationwide, reflecting rapid growth and popularity, a statement said on Friday.

The service, which revolutionizes internet connectivity in Pakistan, offers integrated ICT services and has expanded to 79 cities across the country. PTCL Group is rapidly upgrading its fiber network from copper to improve digital experiences and customer satisfaction.

Hatem Bamatraf, President and Group CEO of PTCL & Ufone 4G said the company is thrilled by the enthusiastic response to its FTTH service, which is designed to revolutionize user experiences, support smart home setups and enhance digital lifestyles in Pakistan. "We firmly believe that high-speed and reliable internet connectivity acts as a catalyst for economic growth and social advancement, as it drives a substantial portion of the economy and opens doors to progress and development," Bamatraf said.

"We are strategically expanding our fiber network with the aim of making high-quality connectivity easily accessible to every internet user in Pakistan."