Amidst tough competition after merger of Mobilink and Warid, Ufone has decided to upgrade its network, converting the whole provincial capital to 3G, with a new investment of millions of dollars.
According to Ufone CEO Rainer Rathgeber, the Ufone cellular networking of Lahore region and surrounding cities of Kasur and Sheikhupura has now been converted to 3G-first telecom company to equip data system of whole city with 3G technology.
He said the company just focuses the needs of telecom consumers, which is the speed of internet and clarity of voice. “We have spent months and tested our new technology up-gradation in various smaller cities before moving to a provincial capital of Punjab. We aim to raise the user experience of our customers by consistently innovating services and pursuing technological advancements,” he added.
“Cellular operator believes Lahore is the cultural heart of Pakistan and a thriving commercial hub therefore it is crucial to our identity and an important market for us, and our recent capacity expansion in Lahore comes as a testament of this fact. We are aware of the fact that customers demand internet with reliable connection and reasonable speed which is why we have reformed our existing network to reflect clear voice and fast internet speed with wider network coverage.”
Sourced from the Nation