Jazz invests millions in first quarter, reaches over 62 million subscribers

Islamabad: Pakistan’s largest broadband and internet service provider, Jazz, has announced the decision to continue its drive for digital ecosystem in Pakistan.

According to reports, Jazz’s overall subscribers have grown by 11.7% during the first quarter reaching 69.2 million meanwhile, its 4G customer base has also risen to 62.3% reaching 28.7 million. Jazz has reportedly invested PKR 14.6 billion as data usage has risen considerably.

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CEO Jazz, Aamir Ibrahim has said that Jazz is focused on ensuring an “expansive 4G network”. He stated that more people have started to rely on internet as an essential means of communication, entertainment and productivity during the ongoing pandemic. Moreover, Aamir Ibrahim added, “We are very pleased to see the rise in adoption of digital tools in all aspects of life”.

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According to reports, the Jazz CEO further stated that given the rising need of Jazz customers, commitment to connect reliable 4G services to the bank through Jazz Cash enabled the leading broadband service to finish the first quarter with 14 million monthly active wallets. Aamir Ibrahim stated, that the company’s content services experienced a growth with the active users reaching 2.2 million.

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