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Mobilink First Telco to expand 3G Network to 100 cities

Mobilink Becomes First Telco to expand 3G Network to 100 cities

Mobilink has become the first Telco to expand its 3G network to 100 cities of Pakistan. The milestone has been achieved in less than a year after the commercial launch of 3G services by Mobilink which is in line with its commitment to focus on the growth of high-speed internet services in Pakistan. As part of its strategy, Mobilink has ensured state-of-the-art 3G service in each city before committing to the next which has provided users with a unique experience and maximum value for money.

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Expanding its 3G network across Pakistan in such short span of time is part of Mobilink strategy to bridge the digital divide between the cities of Pakistan. During the course of these months, Mobilink has expanded its network across the country providing comprehensive coverage in both metros and smaller cities across the four provinces. In order to encourage the use of 3G and to increase awareness, Mobilink offers its customers free 3G for a limited period of time which has been appreciated by people from all walks of life.

“Mobilink is playing a leading role in expanding the 3G broadband infrastructure in Pakistan. Being the first operator to launch 3G in 100 cities proves Mobilink’s commitment in bridging the digital divide and reaffirms our commitment towards a technologically advanced Pakistan. 3G broadband facilitates access to knowledge and is a key factor that positively impacts the social-economic canvas in the country. We remain committed to provide the benefits of high-speed internet to every Pakistani, in any nook and corner of the country.” said Amir Ibrahim, CCO & Deputy CEO Mobilink.

To support its 3G services, Mobilink has in place a robust fiber optic infrastructure that expands to over 6000 kilometers coupled with the latest technology, state-of-the-art equipment and a well versed team of professionals. Its 3G network connects millions of people who use their smartphones for education, businesses, communication, entertainment, e-learning and most importantly enjoy ready access to internet on the go for easy access to knowledge.

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