Broadband service: Qubee, Wi-Tribe take lead in social media

Published: April 12, 2012

Broadband service providers Qubee, Wi-Tribe lead the pack in terms of followers on social media channels.

Broadband service providers Qubee, Wi-Tribe lead the pack in terms of followers on social media channels.

Broadband service providers Qubee and Wi-Tribe lead the pack in terms of followers and activity on social media channels, a new report on ProPakistani has shown.

On Facebook, Qubee has a clear advantage with over 180,000 followers on its Facebook page. Mobilink Infinity registered at a distant second with over 80,000 followers while Wateen and Wi-Tribe both had over 60,000 followers each. PTCL broadband and COMSATS posted negligible fan followings, indicating that WiMAX service providers are more focused on their social presence as compared to DSL service providers.

On Twitter, Wi-Tribe has the lead with a modest following of 2500, followed by Wateen with just over 500 followers, while Qubee and Mobilink Infinity registering as small players.

On YouTube, Wi-Tribe, Qubee and Wateen maintain portals with less than 200 subscribers each.

Local broadband service providers that are largely inactive on online channels include World Call, LINKdotNET, COMSATS, MicroNet and others.

 

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Reader Comments (4)

  • maestro
    Apr 12, 2012 - 10:50PM

    Qubee by far – even their 1.5 mbps unlimited download service beats my ptcl 4 mbps service by far – if ptcl ever works that is – lols..

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  • moeed
    Apr 13, 2012 - 2:16AM

    qubee by far is the best in business with their attractive bonus, loyalty packages and easy payment procedure. and good services. no dc issue

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  • Hammad
    Apr 13, 2012 - 11:12AM

    It should be more like which is best provider rather then social media…whats the use if provider is not providing internet

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  • Non Ghunna
    Apr 15, 2012 - 9:42PM

    wow what an authentic proof of subscribers. Why not just elect our next government by just checking the fans on the fan pages of politicians?

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