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Best ISP providers in Pakistan

Numan Rasheed
Written by Numan Rasheed

Best ISP providers in Pakistan

PTCL:

PTCL is the leading ISP in Pakistan. The company is semi-government and it controls major internet related infrastructure in the country which includes undersea fibre optics.  The company provides most of Pakistan with internet and landline services. Other than typical PTCL Wi-Fi router system in homes and offices, PTCL offers wireless services as well which are PTCL EVO, Wingle, and EVO CarFi etc. PTCL Smart TV is also an interesting option for PTCL users.

People do complain about PTCL internet speed, well the company is upgrading its system to fibre cables which will tremendously improve the speed of the internet.

FiberLink:                                                                              

The company offers fibre-optic broadband services. This clearly tells us that the speed of the internet they offer will be exceptional. The reach of FiberLink is not that much. Currently, it offers services in Karachi, Hyderabad, Lahore, and Faisalabad.

The speed offered by FiberLink to users is 200mbps as per their claims. 12mbps, 20mbps, 40mbps, 100mbps, 150mbps and 200mbps speed is offered for price Rs. 1,500, Rs. 2,000, Rs. 2,500, Rs. 4,000, Rs. 4,500 Rs. 4,800 respectively.

Wi-Tribe:

One of the well-reputed internet service providers in Pakistan is Wi-Tribe.  The company is basically Qatar based and it provides users with many offers like free wi-netTV in the first month of connection. The service of Wi-Tribe is quite cheap compared to other service providers while its speed is quite mediocre.

Nayatel:

Nayatel provides FTTH services to many people living in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Faisalabad. The uniqueness of the company lies in its triple play packages and excellent customer service. The standard speed offered by Nayatel is 7mbps. There is strong competition between PTCl and Nayatel. A couple of months ago both these companies had quite an interesting battle on Twitter.

Optix:

Optix claims that it provides “next generation superfast fibre services” in Pakistan. The internet service provider, provide its fibre-to-the-home services currently in Lahore and Karachi.

It offers single and triple play packages. Customers can choose as per their conveniences. If they want TV, phone, and internet all or just one. The offer starts at 2mbps for Rs. 1,350 for single play and for triple play it is Rs. 1,850. It goes till 60mbps which will be given at price Rs. 6,599 for single play and Rs. 6,899 for the triple play.

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Numan Rasheed

Numan Rasheed

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