Lahore (Muhammad Yasir) Pakistan’s digital transformation frontrunner, Zong 4G, has launched its most advanced and unrivalled 4G services in Kohlu, Balochistan. The initiative is in line with Zong’s tireless pursuit of connecting and empowering the marginalized in the remote areas of the country.
The Kohlu district of Balochistan is home to over 200,000 people who have very little to no access to internet connectivity. Being the most reliable and fastest-growing 4G service of Pakistan, Zong has launched 4G services in Kohlu to give the district’s unconnected population access to its blazing fast 4G internet.
“We are steadfast in our passion for empowering Pakistan and connecting the underserved areas with our unmatched 4G service,” shared Zong’s official spokesperson. “Powering Kohlu with our 4G network is part of our broader mission of giving the Pakistani masses equal access to reliable connectivity. Thus, opening endless opportunities that digitalization brings with it.”
Last year, Zong won the USF Contract for network expansion in Karachi’s outskirts including Malir that complemented Zong’s own efforts towards rural penetration and building a Digital Pakistan. Purporting the most advanced and modernized network in the industry, extending over 14,000 4G operational sites, Zong 4G is at the forefront of leading Pakistan’s data revolution and continues to power the country along with significant projects like CPEC with its industry-leading connectivity solutions.
This aggressive expansion, especially in the far-flung areas, is also in tune with the ambition of Zong 4G’s parent company; China Mobile Communications Corporation, the world’s largest telecommunication and 5G operator. The perfect blend of China Mobile’s continued commitment and their experience in global technological leadership has contributed towards making Zong the No.1 Data Network of Pakistan.
Zong 4G has fast emerged as Pakistan’s preferred connectivity provider and the fastest growing 4G network. The company is in serious pursuit of reducing the digital divides in Pakistan and extending the benefits of digitization to the masses.