Warid Leads the Rundown of 4G LTE Customers in Pakistan

With the completion of 10 successful years of business and providing reliable cellular services in Pakistan, Warid Telecom has accomplished yet another breakthrough by turning into biggest and quickest developing network of 4G LTE customers in Pakistan in under 6 months. Warid Telecom launched its services in May 2005 and has sustained a rapid expansion since. The company has a 15-year license to operate GSM-based mobile services in Pakistan.

The magic behind Warid’s success and advancement in the field of telecommunication is company’s constant dedication and responsibility to the procurement of cutting edge to its customers. Warid has reformed telecommunication progression in the country by presenting stand out services to the people. Warid’s launch of first 4G LTE netwrok in Pakistan makes it the first cellular service provider to transform itself directly from 2G to 4G LTE network.

Addressing the company’s 10th anniversary, Muneer Farooqui, CEO of Warid Telecom, said:[pull_quote_center]“Over the past decade, we at Warid Telecom have established ourselves as pioneers amongst innovative cellular service providers. Recently, we expanded into LTE services and became the largest and fastest growing LTE network in less than 6 months. The foundation of Warid’s success lies with our devoted employees and loyal customers. It is their support which has led Warid to become the most trusted brand of Pakistan.”[/pull_quote_center]

Currently, Warid Telecom has the most elevated number of LTE subscriber base in Pakistan, whereby an astounding 85,000 customers subscribed to the network in under 6 months. With the launch of 4G LTE and having the most 4G LTE customers in Pakistan, Warid has presented creative Data Sharing Plans and 4G LTE Mifi devices. Moreover Warid announced the launch of its 4G LTE services in four major cities of Pakistan including Peshawar, Quetta, Sheikhupura and Multan.  The company has established a state of art LTE network which has expanded to 12 cities of Pakistan.

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