Jazz, Pakistan’s number one 4G network, has launched a 4G mobile broadband service in South Waziristan.
The 4G operation was launched in record time, signaling Prime Minister Imran Khan’s recent promise to provide high-speed internet service to the people of South Waziristan in the tribal areas. It should note that Jazz is the only 4G service in the region, and the rollout is moving fast.
Amir Ibrahim, CEO of Jazz, said, “The role of 4G services in bridging our digital divide and connecting our compatriots with fast and reliable mobile broadband in South Waziristan Our goal of digitally empowering Pakistan depends on better communication and equal opportunities for all. We want to empower the people in the rural areas to ensure that all Pakistanis have access to high-speed internet and no one is left behind. ”
In the last quarter of 2020, Jazz invested 12.3 billion PKR, and the main focus of the Jazz network was the 4G sector, where Jazz spent more to provide 4G services everywhere in the country. It helped 4G meet 59 percent of the population and a 4G base of 25 million.