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WorldCall

WorldCall Telecom Ltd
Public
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 1996
Headquarters Lahore,
Pakistan
Key people
Mehdi bin Mohammed Jawad Al-Abdwani (Chairman of the Board),[1]
Babar Ali Syed (CEO)[2]
Revenue Increase PKR 8 Billion
Increase PKR 290 Million
Number of employees
1,400
Website worldcall.com.pk

WorldCall Telecom Ltd, an Oman Telecommunications Company (Omantel), is a multi service operator in Pakistan, capable of offering triple play services, i.e. Cable TV, Internet and Telephony.
Existing business streams encompass a variety of telecom services, including;

  • Broadband (Wireless and Wire line)
  • Cable TV (Analog / Digital / VOD)
  • Wireless Local Loop
  • Long Distance and International Call
  • Metro Fiber Lease
  • International Calling Cards and Call Shops

Contents

  • History 1
  • Products and services 2
    • Data 2.1
      • WorldCall Cable Broadband 2.1.1
      • WorldCall Wireless Broadband 2.1.2
    • Entertainment 2.2
      • WorldCall Cable TV 2.2.1
      • WorldCall Digital TV 2.2.2
      • WorldCall Video On Demand 2.2.3
    • Voice 2.3
      • WorldCall Wireless Phone 2.3.1
    • WorldCall LDI 2.4
    • Metro Fiber 2.5
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

WorldCall launched its business in June 1996 with payphone operations.
In May 2008, Oman Telecommunications Company (“Omantel”) acquired majority shareholding in WorldCall.

Products and services

Data

WorldCall Cable Broadband

WorldCall Cable Broadband runs on a hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC) network.

WorldCall Wireless Broadband

With a small Plug & Play USB device, WorldCall Wireless Broadband running on CDMA EVDO network.

Entertainment

WorldCall Cable TV

WorldCall Digital TV

WorldCall Video On Demand

WorldCall Video on Demand is an interactive video library.

Voice

WorldCall Wireless Phone

WorldCall Wireless Phone, running CDMA 1x technology offers both home-use and payphone model. It is not yet clear that it offers SMS service or not. Moreover, its customer services in Pakistan are not yet cleared.

WorldCall LDI

Pioneering LDI services in Pakistan, WorldCall LDI – one of the largest LDIs in the country provides voice & data solutions for national and international markets catering both to wholesale and retail segments.

Metro Fiber

Metro fiber network across 22 cities of Pakistan, providing corporate data & voice solutions.

References

  1. ^ http://www.worldcall.com.pk/bod.html
  2. ^ http://www.worldcall.com.pk/mt.html>

External links

  • [1] Official Website
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