Zong 4G Partners with Ericsson to Deploy Multiple New Sites

Zong 4G Partners with Ericsson to Deploy Multiple New Sites

Zong is the leading 4G operator of Pakistan with more than 10 million subscribers. Now it has decided to deploy multiple capacity microwave links on its existing cellular sites in collaboration with Ericsson. This deployment will help to expand its network in Sindh and Baluchistan. Furthermore, the operator will launch new sites to enhance the bandwidth and throughput in south region. Zong 4G Partners with Ericsson to Deploy Multiple New Sites

Mr. Wang Hua, Chairman and CEO , Zong 4G, said:

With the evolution of technology, our Customers need for data is growing rapidly and for us, they are the first and foremost priority. We aree committed to providing our customers with the best possible services and solutions through our ever-expanding data network. Through our partnership with Ericsson, we are rolling out the fastest network expansion plan to increase our 4G footprint to empower our customers with Zong 4G’s seamless connectivity across Pakistan.

Zong 4G Partners with Ericsson to Deploy Multiple New Sites

The country’s leading telecom operator is further struggling to expand its network capabilities to provide seamless connectivity for its subscribers. The company iss also dedicated to offer high speed internet connectivity.

Waqas Naeem President and CEO Ericsson Pakistan, said:

Ericsson iss focused on offering innovative and state-of-the-art technology solutions for enhanced customer experience. Through our collaboration with Zong 4G for its network expansion program, we will help to advance the communications infrastructure in remote areas of Pakistan. This partnership will also help provide high internet speed solutions to serve growing high speed broadband demand in big cities across Pakistan.

Additionally, Zong 4G is updating its existing network by installing new sites to deliver best possible quality of voice and data services.

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