Mobilink News Jazz keeps its position as Pakistan’s No.1 network – Telenor, Zong and Ufone follow in order By TPRO TEAM Posted on March 7, 2020 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr With 60.3 million subscribers, Jazz is significantly ahead of its competition, as per PTA Jazz has further established itself as the No. 1 network of Pakistan with 15.5 million 4G users and 60 million overall subscribers. Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) has reported that Jazz closed December 2019 with the highest cellular subscribers at 60.3 million and the highest 4G users at 15.5 million. The PTA’s report also showcases that for more than 27.3 million people across the country, Jazz is the network of choice when it comes to mobile broadband usage (3G & 4G). Telenor follows number two, Zong on number three and Ufone on the fourth slot. Jazz has issued a press release proudly announcing its position as number one mobile network in Pakistan. The telco says that this exponential growth in mobile broadband users, especially 4G, is significant because it officially launched its 4G service three years ago. This growth correlates to the speed and quality of Jazz’s next-generation mobile services, as backed by the global leader in mobile and broadband network intelligence and testing, Ookla. The company has received the Ookla Speedtest award for the fastest data network in Pakistan, four times in a row. Also, if results from PTA’s quality of service (QoS) survey, from 2018 till date, are taken into account, they showcase how Jazz’s 4G network performs consistently nationwide in comparison to other cellular mobile operators. Jazz being far ahead of its competition on almost all key indicators is a testament to its excellent quality, extensive coverage and unparalleled commitment to customer satisfaction. Reaching these milestones mark a renewal of Jazz’s commitment to the people of Pakistan and sets a solid foundation to keep pressing forward with its Digital Pakistan agenda. Aamir Ibrahim, CEO Jazz, said “The lead we today have is a testament not only to our vision to bridge the digital divide, but also proof of our superiority in terms of technological innovation and consistency of service. Jazz has led by example for 25 years, which is why more than 60 million Pakistanis rely on us to connect, explore and share the digital world. With our customers using more data than before, we are introducing local digital services to improve access and engagement for all. Jazz will not rest on its laurels, but will continue working to create a better future for customers, employees and the larger community.” Jazz has cemented itself not only as a leading cellular mobile operator but as a brand that strives and delivers on the core ideal of digitizing every touchpoint of its customers’ life; evident through the fact that every one out of three Pakistanis is a Jazz customer. The company enables its customers to get the most secure and reliable digital solutions across every aspect of daily life; from data to customer service, the largest roaming footprint and financial solutions backed by their mobile wallet base. Jazz has become synonymous with people yearning to reach out to the world, to be heard, to be connected seamlessly by truly personifying the idea of ‘Dunya ko bataa do’.