Zong Becomes Pakistan’s First Telco to Reach 10,000 4G sites

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Having pioneered 4G in the country, Zong has become the first telecom company in Pakistan to successfully deploy and cross the prolific 10,000 4G sites mark.

With 4G presence in more than 300 cities, the company’s current development implies that Zong 4G has not only become the first telecom entity to own over 10,000 operational 4G sites but also the one and only to secure widest 4G coverage at every nook and corner of the country.

Additionally, Zong 4G plans to roll out over 5,000 4G sites in the next three years to cater to the growing demands of its 4G customers whose number has been exponentially increasing with every passing day.

“Zong 4G has taken the lead to connect Pakistan with the rest of the world. We have upgraded all our sites to 4G and developed the most seamless and technologically advanced network which is second to none,” said the telecom company’s spokesperson in a statement.

“For a telecom company, this kind of technological excellence not only enhances the professional quotient but also brings along a host of responsibilities—to shoulder the demands of our ever growing network that offers unmatched connectivity from Peshawar to Gwadar,” the statement continued.

“Being fully cognizant of the situation, Zong is eyeing to add 5,000 additional sites in next three years as we believe that our customers should experience the largest 4G coverage in the country, which is unrivaled in reliability and connectivity. With our customer focused planning and strategic investments, we will always remain geared up to provide nothing less than the best!”

Leading the 4G ecosystem in Pakistan, Zong 4G continues to uphold the title of Pakistan’s No.1 Data Network and has set the benchmark for unrivalled 4G services in the country.

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