Dutch-owned WiMAX provider Augere, which operates under the Qubee brand in Pakistan, has unveiled plans to launch LTE services for corporate customers in eleven cities. PakWired writes that firm has earmarked investment of USD10 million for the rollout. Under the first stage of the deployment, Qubee will spend USD3 million by the end of 2017 on upgrading existing infrastructure in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Once this initial development has been completed, the operator will roll out the upgrade to a further seven cities. Commenting on the plan, CEO Jamal Nasir Khan was quoted as saying that the boosted network will be capable of providing download speeds of up to 100Mbps. ‘The focus of the expansion is provision of high capacity, low latency, unlimited and uninterrupted service to corporate clients,’ the official added.
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