ISLAMABAD (APP) - Motorola has concluded first phase of deployment of its end-to-end WiMAX network for wi-tribe Pakistan. The agreement for phase two includes more expansion of the existing footprint. During the first phase of the WiMAX network deployment, Motorola supplied infrastructure and a wide-ranging services package that offers cost-effective, compelling wireless broadband services to wi-tribe clientele in Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad and Rawalpindi, said a press release issued here on Saturday. The signing for the second phase of deployment will boost the customer coverage footprint in the existing cities and further expand the WiMAX network to newer cities. We are frequently upgrading our offerings to provide our customers with the most up-to-date advances in express communication services, said Mustafa Paracha, CEO, wi-tribe Pakistan Limited. By teaming with Motorola, we are delivering affordable wireless Internet and allowing for an expanded network of seamless connectivity across Pakistan. In the second phase of the deployment, Motorola will introduce its next-generation WiMAX access point, the WAP 650, a four transmit antenna and four receive antenna product providing enhanced coverage and capacity. Ali Amer, vice president and general manager, Motorola Networks, Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: Motorola has positioned itself as a leader in Pakistan for end-to-end network solutions following the successful completion of the first phase of deployment of wi-tribes WiMAX network in Pakistan. As we embark on the next phase of delivery, we look forward to providing affordable and portable Internet connectivity with enhanced coverage for wi- tribe customers. Wi-Tribe Pakistan Limited is a joint venture between Qatar Telecom and Saudi Arabias A.A. Turki Group of Companies. Wi-Tribe aims to deliver instant wireless broadband connectivity from North Africa across the Middle East and up to Asia.