I’ve been looking for a good internet for a while now, but haven’t found it, no surprise. Unfortunately, Stormfiber is not in my area [insert sad music] or else I would have switched to it ages ago. It is supposed to be superior in speed and with drastically less issues. If it is in your area, I’d recommend giving it a shot [no this is not a paid article, I wish it was!].
It is unfortunately not available in a lot of areas, but most of the people using it are not only happy but are recommending it * gasp*. When was the last time an internet service provider was recommended to anyone? Was 2012 for me, oh Maxcom how I miss your existence.
It seems that they are prompt in replying on Twitter, the reply time seems to be within an hour. Of course, there are bad experiences as well, not going to sweep those under the carpet, where they have promptly replied on social media but have gone AWOL. So, there are some customer service issues it seems so beware of that, but those also seem to be area specific and if I go by what Yasmin Rashid thinks it must be mainly in Lahore [just kidding…].
Anyway, onwards to what they have to offer. Stormfiber has definitely seen the iron hot and struck – they introduced their ‘work from home’ (WFH) package for the COVID-19 times. They increased their 4 Mbps to 5 Mbps making it difficult for you to avoid those video meetings by using the speed as you excuse. Apart from that they have several other packages offering you value for money [still not a paid article].
They provide services in several different cities – Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Peshawar, Gujranwala, Hyderabad, Multan, and Quetta. Not Islamabad, hmm, wonder what’s the story there?
Stormfiber Internet Packages
Packages are same for all cities where stormfiber provides its services. Check them out below:
Stormfiber Standard Internet Packages (Monthly) – July 2020
|Package Name||Price + Tax|
|Ice 2 Mbps||Rs. 17,46|
|Cyclone 5 Mbps||Rs. 2,015|
|Typhoon 10 Mbps||Rs. 2,419|
|Twister 15 Mbps||Rs. 3,360|
|Blizzard 20 Mbps||Rs. 3,763|
|Thunder 30 Mbps||Rs. 5,107|
|Tornado 50 Mbps||Rs. 7,796|
|Hurricane 100 Mbps||Rs. 13,174|
Stormfiber Triple Play Packages (Internet + Phone + TV) – July 2020
|Package Name||Price + Tax|
|Triple Typhoon 10 Mbps||Rs. 2,587|
|Cyclone 5 Mbps||Rs. 3,932|
|Typhoon 10 Mbps||Rs. 5,276|
|Twister 15 Mbps||Rs. 7,965|
|Blizzard 20 Mbps||Rs. 13,342|
Stormfiber Lahore Coverage Area
Abdalian Housing Society, Allama Iqbal Town, Canal Road, Eden Palace Villas, Engineers Town, Faisal Town, GOR II, GOR III, Gulberg, Gulshan-e-Ravi, Iqbal Avenue, Johar Town, Judicial Colony, Lahore Cantt, Model Town, Model Town Extension, Mustafa Town, Nasheman-e-Iqbal, NESPAK Housing Society, New Garden Town, New Muslim Town, P.G.E.C.H.S (Near Wapda Town), PCSIR, PIA Housing Society, Revenue Housing Society, River View Housing Society, Sabzazar, Sunny Park, Township, Valencia, Wapda Town, Airline Housing Society, Architects Engineers Housing Society, Gulshan-e-Lahore, UET Housing Society
Karachi Coverage Areas
Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Army Officers’ Housing Society (AOHS), Defence Officers’ Housing Society (DOHS), Nazimabad, KDA Scheme 33, Garden West, Catholic Colony, Parsi Colony, North Karachi, Bahadurabad, Clifton, DHA Karachi, Federal B Area, Gulistan-e-Johar, Gulshan-e-Jamal, M.T. Khan Road, North Nazimabad, P.E.C.H.S., Shadman Town
What is Stormfiber?
Stormfiber is an ISP, TV, and phone service provider. The network is powered by Cybernet – a trusted name in Pakistan’s ISP industry.
What are stormfiber installation charges?
The one-time installation charges are PKR 12,000. These can also be converted into easy monthly installments. If you pay it in installments, the installation charges will then be PKR 1,200 per month for 12 months.
Which cities Stormfiber is available in?
Stormfiber is available in Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Faisalabad, Multan, Hyderabad and Gujranwala.
Are Stormfiber Lahore packages different than Karachi or other cities?
No. Stormfiber packages prices are same across the country.
Is Stormfiber better than PTCL?
Yes. And no! The internet speed may vary depending on quite a lot of dynamics. So, it’s not easy to answer if Stormfiber is better than PTCL.