StormFiber, the subsidiary of Cybernet – one of the oldest locally owned ISPs in Pakistan, is on its way to expand its availability in more parts of the country. Few adys after the inauguration of its ‘triple play services’ in Multan, StormFiber has now started its high speed broadband services in Hyderabd – the second largest city of Sindh province.

With the new expansion of its Fiber to the Home (FTTH) services, StormFiber has now its presence in six major cities of Pakistan including Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Peshawar, Multan and Hyderabad that represents a key milestone in Cybernet’s strategic expansion throughout the country.

StormFiber in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is a city of immense historic and strategic importance. It is home to a suite of businesses and has a burgeoning middle class, representing a rich demand for reliable internet that only a fiber broadband network can deliver.


In the first phase, StormFiber will cover the following localities of Hyderabad with expansion plans already afoot to cover other parts of the city:

  • Latifabad
  • Qasimabad
  • Defence
  • Civil Lines
  • Muslim society
  • GOR colony

Chief Guest Prof. Dr. Tauha Hussain Ali, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshoro expressed his views:

In terms of the future, an optical fiber based fixed-line broadband network is an immense opportunity since it is capable of offering ultra-fast data rates and will ultimately allow StormFiber to offer smart home solutions besides creating value for small businesses and corporations.

Speaking at the event, Mr. Fawad Yousuf Laher, Managing Director, StormFiber said:

StormFiber has created a reliable, fiber-based delivery platform for high speed internet and other services which will delight its users. The increased speeds and reliability will lead to immense in productivity and positively impact the GDP of the area. Our vision is to create an enabling environment for the citizens of our country, ultimately contributing to the economic development of our nation, as well as Hyderabad and Sindh in particular.

(From Left) Mr Ghulam Mohiuddin CFO Cybernet, Mr Fawad Laher MD Stormfiber, Mr Maroof Ali Shahani COO Cybernet, Professor Doctor Tauha Hussain Ali, Pro-VC, Mehran Univeristy of Enginnering and Technology Jamshoro, Mr Saleem Soomro, BUH Stormfiber Hyderabad and Mr Adnan Siddiqi, MD ODN at the launch of StormFiber in Hyderabad

Ultra-fast and stable broadband service is an important catalyst for economic development in the modern era. To further these national interests, StormFiber aims to deliver fiber broadband on metro and GPON (gigabit passive optical network) infrastructure, along with HD television and crystal-clear voice services. Access to one of Pakistan’s most robust fiber optic networks will help put Hyderabad on the map at par with global metropolitan cities.

StormFiber and Cybernet are eager to continually add value to their customers. The company claims that its triple play services, with HDTV, voice and high-speed broadband is just the beginning as they are looking ahead to add more value rich features for their customers across Pakistan.

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