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NayaTel

NayaTel Pvt. Ltd.
Pvt. Ltd.
Industry Telecommunication
Founded 2004
Headquarters Islamabad, Pakistan
Key people
Wahaj & TAB
Products Optical fiber broadband, Triple play (cable TV, telephony, broadband)
Owner Micronet Broadband
Number of employees
More than 500
Parent MBL
Slogan Connection to the future
Website .com.nayatelwww

NayaTel is a fiber to the home (FTTH) services provider based in Islamabad, Pakistan and is a sister concern of Micronet Broadband. The company launched FTTH network in September 2006 making it the first one to do so in South Asia.[1] The triple play services (cable television, telephony, and broadband) offered by NayaTel are limited to the twin cities, Islamabad and Rawalpindi.[2]

High Definition TV channels

The company is also the first to launch High Definition channels under their cable TV services. Consumers are required to pay an additional one-time fee to have an HD-supported set-top box in order to view HD Channels.

Achievements

During 2011, NayaTel ranked 2 on the list of Pakistan Fast Growth 25, a ranking of fast growth entrepreneurial companies.[3] The Pakistan Fast Growth 25 is a program of AllWorld Network in partnership with Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter and was launched in collaboration with JS Bank Limited.[4]

References

  1. ^ Fiber Deployment Roundup, Broadband Properties Magazine, May 2009
  2. ^ Pakistan Telecommunication Coverage Footprint, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority
  3. ^ AllWorld Network announces Pakistan Fast Growth 25 winners, AllWorld Network
  4. ^ Harvard Prof Highlights Booming Enterprises in War-Torn Pakistan, Fast Company
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