PTCL introduces Vfone POSTPAID in three unique packages.
PTA Promulgates "Protection from Spam, Unsolicited, Fraudulent and Obnoxious Communication Regulations, 2009"
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), has promulgated new “Protection from Spam, Unsolicited, Fraudulent and Obnoxious Communication Regulations, 2009″ to protect the consumer interests as mandated under the Pakistan Telecommunication (Re organization) Act 1996.
According to PTA, the objective of these regulations is to protect telecom consumers from spam, fraudulent, unsolicited and obnoxious communications including calls and SMS.
These regulations required all the telecom operators to set up standard operating procedures (SOPs) for controlling spam, fraudulent, unsolicited and obnoxious communications, in accordance with the given time frame.
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) in collaboration with the government under the Universal Service Fund (USF) project has planned to provide VFone and Broadband telecom services to the students and people of remote areas.
Karachi, Aug 12, 2009 (Asia Pulse Data Source via COMTEX) – Frere Police arrested a thief, red-handed as he was stealing the underground wires of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), here on Tuesday. DSP Asghar Ali Shah said two thieves were trying to steal PTCL underground wires near the Hockey Stadium. He said the Frere police mobile during routine patrolling spotted and arrested one of them, later identified as Shehzad. His accomplice managed to flee. Police have registered a case against the accused on the complaint of a PTCL officer.
Sonaecom and Huawei, a leading company in providing next generation telecommunication network solutions to operators around the world, announced a successful launch of Soanecom’s HSPA+ (High Speed Packet Access Evolution) services. This mobile broadband service allows Sonaecom to offer an improved user experience to customers with lower latency and much higher speed. Via 64 QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) in the air interface, Sonaecom’s HSPA+ network supports downlink data rate of up to 21.6 Mbps. “Due to Huawei’s smooth introduction of HSPA+ on our existing network, the new technology can help us maintain our leading position in the Portuguese competitive market,” said Mr. José Pinto Correia, CTO of Sonaecom. “This new technology will enable our customers to enjoy higher speed and higher quality mobile broadband services, while delivering more capacity to our network.”
Pakistan Telecommunications Authority Chairman Dr Mohammad Yaseen has said broadband subscribers have increased 100 per cent in the last two years because of growing competition and better infrastructure. However, the sector’s application and content still require much progress.
PTCL will organize a ceremony titled “Corporate Solutions” here in Karachi on 06th August.
Senior Executive Vice President South Business Zone Abdullah Yousuf, Senior Member Advisory Committee (Commercial) Dr. Sadiq Al-Jaddar and Executive Corporate Service Zaman Gulzar will address the ceremony.
General Manager Corporate Service Kamran Mehmood, General Manager IP Operation Abdul Qadir, Senior Manager Product Development Syed Ali Javed and Senior Manager Corporate Service Suleman Sad Khan will present presentations.
Senior Executive Vice President (HR&A) PTCL Syed Mazhar Hussain and Executive Vice President (Business) Lahore Jamil Khwaja distributed certificates and cash prizes among 12 lineman’s of six telephone exchanges. The exchanges are of Gulberg, Cantt, Defence, Garden Town, CTH and Egerton Road to appreciate their outstanding performance. On this occasion SEVP Mazhar Hussain said that [...]