LINKdotNET Pakistan launches

2 Apr 2008

LINKdotNET Pakistan, a subsidiary of the Egyptian telecoms giant Orascom Telecom, has announced the launch of its Pakistani arm, following the recent acquisition of two of the country’s leading ISPs, World Online (WOL) and Dancom Online. Ahmed Khalaf, CEO of LINKdotNET Pakistan said that he expects his new company to make an immediate impression in the marketplace. ‘We have a number of unique selling propositions not the least of which is our experience,’ he said. ‘LINKdotNET Pakistan may be a new company in this country, but we bring more than ten years of know-how in internet services and solutions gained through handling two million subscribers across the region. We will optimise the regional strengths of Orascom and LINKdotNET with the local knowledge and professional expertise of WOL and Dancom Online to deliver a range of quality services and products to a wide customer range from industry and government to households.’

LINKdotNET Pakistan offers broadband internet access via DSL and WiMAX to both residential and corporate users, as well as dial-up internet, VPN, VSAT, wireless P2P and long haul connectivity solutions.

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