Internet has become a huge part of our lives. From eductaion to bussiness to entertainment, internet is needed. In Pakistan, internet usage is surging day by day. Approx 62 million people have internet access in Pakistan and the number is increasing rapidly.
In Pakistan, there are a number of Internet Service Providers competing for the users’ interest.
The big names in this regard are as follows:
PTCL (Pakistan Telecommunication Limited) is the largest ISP in Pakistan and till today the most affordable and most widely used ISP. The parastatal company has a reliable fiber optic cable system, including its own underground cable network.
The customers are given the options of 20 Mbps, 30 Mbps, 50 Mbps, 100 Mbps, and even 250 Mbps.
PTCL also gives you free international calls as well as free PTCL Smart TV (and the Smart TV app), free unlimited local calls, and a few others. Broadband devices are commonly used today to provide reliable WiFi. PTCL’s old EVO wireless devices are no longer produced, replaced by the Charji devices.
Stormfiber professes to be the most trusted provider of broadband in Pakistan, but this is not currently true for most users.
Stormfiber offers 10 Mbps at 5999, 20 Mbps at 6999, 30 Mbps at 7999 PKR with one month of free internet. They also provide good bandwidth.
Nayatel is providing FTTH services to customers in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Faisalabad. The company is famous for its TriplePlay package and good customer support.
Nayatel provides an extra 10mbps for Youtube streaming, for the whole day. Its Triple Play package comprises data transmission and SD/HD TVs.
WiTribe is a Qatari company founded in 2007 in Pakistan. According to PTA, in 2010, WiTrib had the No.1 quality of service. It provides its services in Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, and Islamabad.
WiTribe provides a variety of plans and devices, from cable connections, 3G, 4G, and prepaid devices.
Providing fiber optic broadband services in Karachi, Hyderabad, Lahore, and Faisalabad, Fiberlink claims to be the fastest internet provider in Pakistan.
FiberLink offers speeds up to 200Mbps for home users. Ranging from Rs 1,500 for 12 Mbps, customers can choose from a variety of plans including 20 Mbps (Rs 2,000), 40 Mbps (Rs 2,500), 100 Mbps (Rs 4,000), 150 Mbps (Rs 4500 rupees) and 200 Mbps (Rs 4800).
Wateen telecom is a merged communication services provider in Pakistan. It provides services in Lahore. It is associated with Warid Telecom.
The company was founded in 2005 and began operations in 2007, has the country’s largest fiber-optic network.
So these are the best ISP in Pakistan according to our view. What ISP has been proven best for you, tell in the comments.