StormFiber has recently made an announcement at an event that after Multan the company is going to launch its services in Hyderabad as well, by making its triple play which is Internet, TV, and phone. StormFiber is a well-established company in the market which currently operates at four major cities of Pakistan, Lahore, Faisalabad, Karachi, and Peshawar.
After the achievement of providing fiber To The Home (FTTH) services at Multan and in Hyderabad, proves the network is widely and successfully spreading throughout the country. In the first step of installing the connection in Hyderabad, it will cover a range of specific areas which includes Qasimabad, Latifabad, Defence, Civil Lines, Muslim society, GOR colony. Then it Gradually expands to the rest of the major areas of the city.
While Speaking at the event, Mr. Fawad Yousuf Laher Managing Director of StormFiber said:
“StormFiber has created a reliable platform for high speed internet services which will delight its users and empower them for swift multi-tasking and high-performance in their professional and social endeavors. The idea is to create an enabling environment for the citizens of our country, ultimately contributing to the economic development of our nation.”
StormFiber purpose is to provide an Ultra-fast and stable broadband service which is considered important for development nowadays. To further strengthen these it aims to deliver good internet services on FTTH infrastructure, along with HD television and crystal-clear voice services, according to techjuice.
“In terms of the future, an optical fiber based fixed-line broadband is an opportunity since it offers hundreds of megabits per second of data speeds and will ultimately allow StormFiber to offer smart home solutions besides also creating value for small merchants,” said Chief Guest Prof. Dr. Tauha Hussain Ali, Pro-Vice Chancellor at Mehran University of Engineering & Technology.
Moreover, the company is very focused on its plan to provide broadband and triple play services in all major areas as well as remote areas of Pakistan. Therefore, it has started to install technological backbones throughout the country and plans to give high-speed internet connectivity in areas including Gujranwala, Islamabad, Sargodha, Sialkot, and Quetta.