The company says WTL’s existing subscribers will be upgraded to FITH platform upon initial deployment at a nominal cost
KARACHI: WorldCall Telecom Limited (WTL) has announced to enter into a business collaboration agreement with TUFA Telecommunications (Pvt) Limited (TUFA) targeting Fiber to the Home (FITH) service roll-out across Pakistan.
In a notice at PSX website here on Tuesday, the company said that WTL’s existing subscribers will be upgraded to FITH platform upon initial deployment at a nominal cost.
This collaboration would roll out seamless broadband access by fully utilizing WTL’s existing fiber optic network. This business endeavor also aims at providing a major boost to proliferation of affordable broadband services for all segments of the society it added.
WTL boasts of more than 1850 kilometers of fiber optic infrastructure deployed across 20 major cities with ability to access market of almost 3 million households for subscriber acquisition.
WTL also plans to secure all subscriber operations through state-of-the-art blockchain technology that would open additional avenues of enablement for its subscribers. Blockchain architecture would further augment transparency in service delivery and transparency in subscriber management for all stakeholders, the notice said.
WTL has the lowest conversion cost per subscriber for its FITH roll-out. Business collaboration with TUFA would result in a fast-track service deployment at highly competitive rates.
Both parties are fully committed to making this business collaboration a roaring success, it added.
Tufa Telecommunication (Pvt.) Ltd. is a part of Credence Group, providing Telecommunication Services in all major regions of Pakistan. Tufa Telecommunication is licensed by Pakistan Telecom Authority (PTA).