ISLAMABAD: The fibre optic network project in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) beneath the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has been completed at an easy pace and would facilitate trade, tourism and IT (IT) awareness in your community.
The coast of 820km of the optic fibre cable from Khunjerab to Rawalpindi is $44 million and expenditure incurred so is $28.30 million. Sources at the look and Development Division on Sunday said that the project completion time was December 2018 nonetheless it could be completed before schedule.
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Giving details, the officials said that main alignment of CPEC optical fibre was Rawalpindi, Mansehra, Naran, Babusar Top, Chillas, Gilgit, Karimabad, and Khunjerab. The project while establishing alternate international connectivity of Pakistan and China with remaining world will particularly play an integral role in the provision of 3G and 4G services in Gilgit Baltistan at parity with services available these days in other areas of the united states.
Essentially, the project provides benefits such as: a significant way to obtain revenue, facilitate trade, tourism also it awareness in your community, employment to locals of area along deployment route, generate economic opportunities in your community, provide modern telecom facilities on CPEC route, immediate access for Pakistan-Middle East for China and, Central Asian Republics, Far Europe and East.
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