Cyber Net to invest over $2m for Internet services
KARACHI- Cyber Net, a leading Internet Service Provider (ISP) in Pakistan, has announced to invest more than $ 2 million for extending Internet services in 28 cities of Pakistan by acquiring cooperation of Pakistan Telecommunication Limited (PTCL).
This was stated by Ansar-ul-Haq, Chief Operating Officer, Cyber Net while addressing at a ‘lucky draw’ ceremony of Cyber Yet in Karachi.
He said the government has enhanced availability of Internet services to large number of cites and towns during short period of time, however, service of quality is not of high standard. To overcome the problem Cyber Net has planned to invest an amount of $ 2.25 million for expansion of Internet service to more than 28 cities across the country. “Cyber Net has so far invested more than Rs 600 million in the field,” he added.
The president of the Karachi Press Club (KPC), Sabihuddin Ghousi, was the chief guest at the ceremony. The secretary of the KPC, Najeeb Ahmed, and Cyber Net’s COO, Ansar-ul-Haq, besides large number of journalists from all major national newspapers and media organizations, eminent figures also attended the ceremony.
The chief guest on the occasion performed lucky winner draw scheme for the grand bumper prize of an 883 CC Harley Davidson motorbike, one of the fastest and finest motorbikes in the world. The owner of the winning coupon was Munaf Riaz from Karachi.
Source: Business Recorder