In a notice to Pakistan Stock Exchange, WorldCall Telecom Limited (WTL) has announced that it has entered into an agreement with TUFA Telecommunications (Pvt) Limited (TUFA) to bring Fiber to the Home (FTTH) service across major cities in Pakistan.
WTL’s existing subscribers will be upgraded to the Fiber-To-The-Home(FTTH) platform at a very nominal cost.
The notice says that collaboration will bring seamless broadband access by utilizing WTL’s existing fiber-optic network across the major cities. The FTTH project will also give a boost to affordable Broadband services for all segments of society.
WTL currently has roughly 1850 kilometers of fibre optic infrastructure in 20 major cities, while WTL has the potential to access almost 3 million households for subscriber acquisition.
The company also intends to run subscriber operations through state-of-the-art blockchain technology enabling transparency in service delivery.
As per the estimates, WorldCall Telecom Ltd has the lowest conversion cost per subscriber for its FTTH roll-out. Business collaboration with TUFA would enhance service deployment timing and bring cost efficiency.
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