Optic fiber to be laid across Pakistan: IT Minister
Islamabad: Minister of State for Information Technology Anusha Rehman announced to lay optic fiber across Pakistan so as to broaden telecom facilities which is a core step for making opportunities for masses.
She stated this while making a surprise visit to the fiber optic route of Chirah-Lehtrar-Kotli Sattian.
“An optic fiber cable of about 40 km has been laid and has proved to be an asset for a populace of about 101,000 people and further initiatives will be taken in future by the ministry of IT to spread optic fiber across all the union council’s of the country to connect the entire nation,” she said.
So far more than 4,250 km of optic fiber cable has been laid to connect the un-served tehsil’s and towns.
She was accompanied by the secretary MOITT and the senior management of USFCo at her visit.