KARACHI: Jazz, Pakistan’s leading digital communications company, and Enfrashare (Private) Limited have signed an agreement to accelerate growth in telecommunications infrastructure.
This partnership will propel Jazz in strategically expanding its digital infrastructure robustness across both the rural and urban sections of the country, said a statement on Monday.
Under this partnership, Enfrashare will develop the telecom infrastructure and also provide key services for Jazz, thereby reducing Jazz’s capital investment, paving the way for the digital giant to focus on core business functions and continue upscaling its connectivity reach.
This collaboration will also enhance Pakistan’s critical communication infrastructure network, while also allowing Jazz to meet its coverage and capacity requirements.
Aamir Ibrahim, CEO – Jazz commented on the deal: “We aim for rapid digitalization through such strategic investments. Our partnership with Enfrashare marks a new milestone for Pakistan’s connectivity agenda.
“Together, we are enhancing the local telecom infrastructure and expanding Jazz’s effort to spur the digital turn-around even further.”
Enfrashare, with its expertise and investment in infrastructure provides an opportunity for the country to be part of the new digital era upon which the sectors of education, agriculture, financial services and health can capitalize and grow.
To enable this and establish operations, Engro Group has already approved an investment of PKR 7.5 billion in the company.
Rehan Hassan, CEO, Enfrashare said, “Enfrashare firmly believes that connectivity is now a basic human need, it is the conduit that enables social and financial inclusion.
“This requires significant capital investments in infrastructure while displaying the highest levels of service quality. We are proud to be recognized by Jazz as a trusted partner to develop and manage these critical assets.”