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Financing infrastructure
By Hina Mahgul Rind
9200_10_20_2014_1.gifWarid Telecom, wholly owned by privately-held Abu Dhabi Group (ADG), will invest Rs500 billion over five years to bolster its network in Pakistan. With a subscriber base of 13.1 million, the No.4 player is in the process of launching 4G, or long-term evolution, networks.

Muneer Farooqui, Warid's chief operating officer in an exclusive interview with The News revealed company’s future plans and strategies. ....
 
 

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