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StormFiber and Peshawar Zalmi come together to bring the Yellow Storm to PSL 4

Karachi: 13th February, 2019 Peshawar Zalmi has pulled off yet another coup, joining hands with StormFiber as its official broadband partner for Pakistan Super League #PSL4. StormFiber is a leading provider of premium broadband services, powered by 100% fiber backbone. Javed Afridi, owner of Peshawar Zalmi and the CEO of Haier Pakistan, surprised us all with news of this partnership through his Twitter account. This was followed by official announcements on StormFiber and Peshawar Zalmis social media platforms. Peshawar Zalmi has been promoting #YellowStorm in all its posts this season. Seems that this storm has been brewing for a while, if you get our drift!

Word on the street is that StormFibers high speed internet is a perfect match for live streaming games this PSL season without the frustrations of buffering or lagging ruining the experience. For those who havent, now is the time to #SwitchToStormFiber to enjoy every second of Pakistans favorite sport. With its popular triple play services, customers can also catch the matches in HD on StormFibers digital box.
Meanwhile in Dubai, Team Zalmi is all set to give us a nail biting PSL season. Captain Darren Sammy is ready to lead the 2017 champions in their first match against Quetta Gladiators on Feb 15, with the addition of Misbah ul Haq making the team a force to reckon with this time!

Faizanullah Hussainy
Faizanullah Hussainyhttp://hamariweb.com/
Syed Faizanullah Hussainy is a senior content writer with writing expertise in different niches. He is an Electronics Engineer by qualification and loves to write about different topics. He has six years of writing experience and currently working as a content writer at hamariweb.com.
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