ISLAMABAD (Web Desk) – Yahsat, the Abu Dhabi-based satellite operator, has signed an agreement with new service partner Clicksat to distribute its internet broadband service, YahClick, to users across Pakistan. The partnership signing follows the official YahClick Pakistan launch on Monday.
Users will now be able to instantly connect to satellite broadband anywhere in the country using a compact satellite dish and modem, without the frustration of congested networks, including areas where terrestrial infrastructure is currently not available.
YahClick’s broadband service will be delivered by Clicksat offering in country technical, operational and customer care.
Clicksat, a marketing company of REDtone Pakistan, is one of the fastest growing satellite solution companies in Southern Asia, deploying over 300 VSATs in last year. Its services ensure seamless integration and stable solutions to offer the best possible service to the customer.
Located in four major cities of Pakistan – Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Multan – Clicksat is able to serve any part of the country with faster turnaround times.
Chief Commercial Officer David Murphy said: “YahClick has already enjoyed great success across the Middle East, Africa Central and South West Asia, with notable installations in banking, education and public services.
“With the ever growing demand for widespread access to reliable broadband internet, we are delighted to partner with Clicksat to extend our reach and enjoy similar successes in Pakistan.”
Clicksat CEO Nadeem Younes said: “In the past, satellite broadband internet connection was regarded as a luxury for the tech savvy people, however it is now critical technology for anyone requiring fast and reliable broadband services.
“Economic growth in rural communities is being hampered because there is little or poor access to the internet, whereas YahClick addresses these issues by being a cost effective, and versatile product that suits consumers, SMEs and corporations requiring reliable, fast internet access in untapped and underserved areas of Pakistan.”