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PTCL leading the broadband growth in Pakistan.

Islamabad, December 24, 2009 (Frontier Star): Following the launch of its DSL Broadband service over fixed lines in 2007, PTCL has became the largest and the fastest growing Broadband service provider amongst all high speed internet service providers in Pakistan. In details, Within just 2 and a half years of its service launch, PTCL acquired over 300,000 Broadband customers and took the service to over 200 cities and towns across the country, leading the proliferation and awareness of Broadband services across Pakistan. And this can be established from the fact that since July 2008, PTCL has achieved a phenomenal growth of over 400 percent in its fixed line broad band customers, thus expanding its customer base from 56k in just 20 cities in July 2008 to over 300k in over 200 cities by the end of November 09. This land mark growth has been achieved from an initial stage of launching the service in 3 major cities only. This is the extension of PTCL broad band infrastructure to far flung areas, continuous improvisation of its customer service and complaint management and introduction of various value added services such as free dial-up, personalized email account and free access to online peer to peer gaming, movies, music, educational/religious content which have proven to be a catalyst in expanding PTCL broad band services all across the country and arising a new broad band culture and awareness in Pakistan, whereas coming months will see the further extension of PTCL broad band service to more cities and towns.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Dec 24, 2009
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