Karachi: Leading ICT service provider - Wateen Telecom, on Tuesday announced that Civil Aviation Authority Pakistan (CAA) has selected Wateen as an exclusive Wi-Fi provider for establishing state of the art Wi-Fi/Hotspot zones at all CAA major airports in Pakistan.
The WiFi service was inaugurated by His Highness Sheikh Mohammad bin Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, representing the Chairman Board of Directors of the Abu Dhabi Group, along with the CCMO CAA Asif Bashir Khan. Others present at the inauguration includes, GM Commercial & Land Division (North) Amjad Mukhtar Malik, Chief Transformation Officer Wateen Telecom Asad Rezzvi, Head of Special Projects Shahbaz Khan and Marketing Manager (South) Farhan Nabi Khan.
Wateen Telecom was selected after a transparent vendor selection process. Wateen Telecom will manage and operate Wi-Fi services throughout all the major international airports in Pakistan. The five-year agreement between the two organisations will enable millions of travellers to use internet annually.
Through Wateen Wi-Fi services, all passengers will be able to experience state of the art Wi-Fi access, allowing them quick and easy access to high-speed internet services. Commenting on the project award, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Group said “Our commitment to Pakistan stays strong as we bring all international airports in the country at par with the international standards. I congratulate the Civil Aviation Authority for choosing Wateen and enabling its travelers through our services.”
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