STAFF REPORT LHR: Wateen Telecom has announced to have fully geared up to meet the high backhaul demands of the newly arrived Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) with the largest operational metro-fiber in place.

The company has an impressive record of establishing one of the largest long-haul networks (with 9 rings to ensure redundancy), from Karachi to Torkham comprising ample capacities available both in transmission, packet and fiber networks to meet any kind of backhaul requirements.

In metro areas, Wateen is present in 50+ cities nationwide with extensive dark fiber and managed fiber networks, traversing for over 4,500 kms. Through its presence, Wateen is the backbone to both mobile data and voice service providers in Pakistan and is serving multiple operators and over 200 corporate customers with over 5000 links in enabling world class broadband services.

With the latest data services soon to hit the market, Wateens network is ideally placed to meet the data requirements of all NGMNs.

“Wateens primary focus is on being the most responsive network in the country. With the onset of 3G and 4G services, the countries mobile operators will start seeing added load on their networks and Wateen has many effective solutions that will work for the overall benefit of the entire telecoms sector,” said Naeem Zamindar, CEO Wateen Telecom.

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