Karachi, March 21, 2019:edotco Group (“edotco”), the leading end-to-end integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company, through its local operations edotco Pakistan Private Limited (edotco PK), has sealed a landmark long-term partnership with Jazz with a commitment to accelerate the development of telecommunications infrastructure in the nation.
Together edotco and Jazz are enhancing Pakistan’s infrastructure and furthering Jazz’s effort to modernize and expand its network nationwide.
As part of this partnership, edotco, the largest independent tower company in Pakistan with over 950 towers, will construct new towers in strategic areas to meet Pakistan’s rapidly growing coverage and capacity requirements and acquire a number of existing towers.
edotco continues to be a key nation building digital transformation partner for Pakistan, aiming to help the country shape its telecommunications landscape for future 5G-readiness.
“Building a digital nation requires the collective investment of various stakeholders within the ecosystem. Our partnership with Jazz today marks a new milestone for Pakistan’s connectivity agenda. We offer our partners a sustainable and optimal model to accelerate their network deployment initiatives by capitalising on our advanced solutions and best in class practices, ensuring that the country has the right infrastructure in place to enhance the nation’s digital readiness,” said Arif Hussain, Country Managing Director, edotco Pakistan.
Describing the partnership as strategic for Jazz’s market leadership, Aamir Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer of Jazz said that Pakistan’s telecommunication landscape is maturing as the country accelerates its push for digitalization.
“This transformation will result in Jazz streamlining its network operations and meeting the demands for fast, reliable data, which is essential for a rapidly evolving digital landscape. As the nation’s leading communications company, it is our mission to spearhead Pakistan’s digital agenda through such innovative partnerships”, he added.