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Zong 4G extends expansion to Gwadar

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s largest telecom network Zong 4G has launched its operations in the port city of Gwadar, the future international business hub which has already seen both local and foreign investment.

The launch 4G services in Gwadar implies that foreign citizens from across the globe and local residents who have been pursuing their respective business endeavours in the port city will have unhindered access to the fastest 4G technology against the reasonably affordable tariff. The move is likely to boost online businesses in the fast-developing international city and the adjoining belt of rural Sindh.

With its 4G consumer base having exceeded the 6 million mark, Zong eyes to keep expanding its matchless voice and data services.

“Zong 4G’s network expansion symbolises our customer-centric approach to ensure that the interests of consumers stay above all the rest by offering the best and affordable network,” the telecom company said in a statement. “We keep expanding our operational portfolio to ensure enhanced operations in cities, towns, villages, and far-flung areas”.

The ongoing momentum of the rapid network expansion implies that Zong continues to invest heavily in the modernisation of the mobile network to respond to growing market needs.

Innovation, performance and reliability have long been Zong’s hallmark. The Number one data company of Pakistan epitomises professional excellence and digitised supremacy coupled with its customer-oriented policies with an aim to deliver the best at affordable rates

https://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2018/05/10/zong-4g-extends-expansion-to-gwadar/

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