StormFiber extends its 100% fiber-optic network to Sahiwal, Bahawalpur

StormFiber is determined to take the country by storm (pun intended), and it plans to expand its network to various regions of Pakistan after achieving success in ten cities. The company's fibre-optic services are now being extended to Sahiwal, Bahawalpur, and parts of Islamabad.

StormFiber offers high-speed fibre-optic internet to Karachi, Lahore, Hyderabad, Multan, Sialkot, Gujranwala, Faisalabad Peshawar, and Quetta is rapidly expanding its fibre-optic network as part of its aim to digitise Pakistan.

These releases occur when customers' reliance on broadband services for day-to-day tasks such as online learning, streaming, and e-commerce is expanding. StormFiber's fibre-optic services will allow users to use fibre broadband, a technology that allows users to experience ultra-fast internet with minimal inconvenience.

Bahawalpur and Sahiwal, both known for their vast agricultural significance and rich historical culture, are two cities expected to benefit greatly from the launch of gigabit technology, which is expected to increase economic opportunities and contribute to socio-economic development in those regions.

Access to a reliable internet connection powered by a 100 percent fibre-optic network is also likely to boost the growing start-up and entrepreneurial cultures in places like Bahawalpur and Sahiwal, allowing them to thrive in the ecosystem.

StormFiber Managing Director Fawad Yousuf Laher said, "About a decade ago, the realisation and motivation to provide the people of Pakistan with high-speed internet set us on a journey to ensure empowerment in our country through robust internet services, which are essential for intellectual, social, and economic development."