NTC Plans to Expand Network to 133 Districts


National Telecommunication corporation is all ready to expand it’s network to 133 districts. On Thursday, NTC Director Viqar Rashid Khan told that firm has increased its footprints from 54 districts or cities to 87 districts. In the next few years, it expects to cover more than 113 districts in all four provinces. NTC Plans to Expand Network to 133 Districts.

Various different projects have been started to rise from their company deficit. Numerous joint ventures have been initiated and invasion of broadband in public sector has been doubled in a short span of three years.

NTC Plans to Expand Network to 133 Districts

Brig Viqar Rashid conveyed that increase broadband penetration is an outcome of offering competitive and modest tariff packages and installing optical fiber network which connects all government firms.

NTC is providing services in capital and khyber pakhtunkhwa. Viqar Rashid stated that the council has started many projects that resulted in the increase of Internet broadband usage around the country.

He directed the North Region GM to complete the current ADP projects in time. After completion these projects will not only expand NTC network and infrastructure but will also significantly improve NTC revenue.

He further told that it is very encouraging that despite decrease in fixed line telephone users, NTC’s subscriber based and revenue are increasing. Corporation is the first telecom operator which has introduced NTC Go Smart, Machine 2 Machine and Point to Point (P2P) in the country, he added

NTC  previously signed different agreements with leading telecom firms that include Mobilink, Zong, Telenor, Wateen, LMKT, Multinet and others. Through these agreements, the corporation plans to broaden its scope and offer various wired and wireless telecom services.

Also Read: NTC DWP Approves Six Development Projects Worth Rs.129 Million

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