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Jazz to provide high-quality broadband to around 2 million people in Sindh through USF contract

In line with its commitment to provide high-quality broadband connectivity across the length and breadth of the country, Jazz has won a competitive subsidy bid project under the Next Generation Broadband for Sustainable Development Program of the Universal Service Fund (USF) targeting the provision of high-speed 4G internet to around 2 million citizens residing across more than 510 unserved villages of Ghotki, Sukkur, and Khairpur districts.

The contract was signed by Aamir Ibrahim, CEO Jazz, and Haaris Chaudhry, CEO, USF in the presence of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Syed Ameen Ul Haq, Minister MoITT, and Shoaib Siddiqui, Secretary IT & Telecom, during a ceremony held at the Prime Minister House.

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