Cybernet and COMSATS Internet Services signed an agreement for provision of wireless broadband services across Pakistan.
The agreement shall increase footprint and outreach of both organizations providing better support and premium services to their customers. It will also ensure that both offer diversified services to corporate sector.
COMSATS told ProPakistani that its aim is to stretch service coverage across Pakistan but will start with major cities of Punjab first.
This internet service will be primarily aimed at businesses, enterprises and corporations.
CEO Cybernet Mr. Danish Lakhani expressed his views at the signing ceremony – “It is a distinct honor to collaborate with Comsats on extending Cybernet’s reach with low latency wireless internet and data offerings across Pakistan. At Cybernet we take great pride in working closely with our partners – and with whom we can provide high quality solutions to our enterprise customers. I wanted to thank Mr. Muhammad Amir Malik for his dynamic leadership and for his efforts in making COMSATS Internet Services a dynamic service provider, a partner of choice and a force to be reckoned with. I wish both teams the very best in growing this collaboration in areas of mutual interest such as cloud computing, education and training, tele health and others”.
On this auspicious occasion Mr. Amir Malik, CEO, COMSATS Internet Services, expressed his views by saying that “I am very glad and hopeful that after this collaboration with Cybernet for providing Wireless Internet Connectivity to their clients in all major cities of Pakistan, CIS will achieve new milestones. I believe that not only this collaboration will bring together the best efforts of both the teams, but will help us create new projects. I believe that the future is in multiplying the capacities of individual companies to allow for new products and services to emerge, and with them, a new economic power. The greatest achievements comes, when people work together and I have always believed in the power of collaboration.”