ISLAMABAD - Pakistans PTCL will be using VDSL2 Bonding technology to provide existing Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) customers with speeds up to 50 Mbps. The project leverages Alcatel-Lucents (Euro next Paris and NYSE: ALU) VDSL2 Bonding expertise and should be completed by the end of the second quarter of 2011. VDSL2 Bonding takes two copper-based VDSL2 lines per subscriber and aggregates them - almost doubling the bandwidths available to existing customers, or expanding high-speed broadband access to areas that are underserved today. Using VDSL2 Bonding, service providers can extend the life of their existing copper infrastructure - supporting the delivery of bandwidth-intensive services such as triple-play voice, data and IPTV, says a press release issued here on Thursday. 'One Stop Shops Our Staff Reporter from Karachi adds: PTCLs One Stop Shops are facilitating PTCLs valued customers in every type of service related assistance. 24 One Stop Shops have been established in Karachi in order to not only provide quality customer care but also a comfortable professional atmosphere where a waiting customer is provided information on the variety of services and wide range of promotions that can actually help customers choose what best fits their needs.