WorldCall Telecom has launched Fiber to the Home (FTTH) services in Lahore, sources have confirmed with ProPakistani.
According to the details, the FTTH services are currently available in the area of WAPDA Town while the network is being introduced in Gulberg.
WorldCall Chief Business Operations Officer, Shahid Maqsood, also confirmed with ProPakistani that the company will expand its operations and services in Model Town afterward.
In the next phase, WorldCall Telecom will launch operations and services through the deployment of infrastructure and GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) in the Cantonment and the Defence Housing Authority (DHA) Lahore within six months.
The operator will commence its operation in Karachi targeting locations like Clifton, the Pakistan Employees Cooperative Housing Society (PECHS), DHA, and Gulshan-e-Iqbal next year, according to details officially shared with ProPakistani.
The telecommunication and internet service provider is offering internet services for between Rs. 1,099 and Rs. 9,499 against 5.5 MBps to 100 MBps for unlimited downloads and uploads.
Fiber to the home (FTTH), which is also called fiber to the premises (FTTP), uses the installation and use of optical fiber from a central point directly to individual buildings like residences, apartment buildings, and businesses to provide high-speed internet access.
FTTH increases connection speeds available to computer users as compared with the technologies that are used in most places now.
WorldCall is one of the oldest telecom operators in Pakistan that is offering various services like DSL, LDI, and smart TV. It is currently offering digital TV and high-speed internet through its FTTH services.