Tag: Business and Economy
Pakistan Telecommunication Company limited is the largest telecommunication company in Pakistan. It holds the status of backbone for country’s telecommunication infrastructure despite the arrival of a dozen of other telecom companies. PTCL maintains leading position in Pakistan as an infrastructure provider to other telecom operators and corporate customers of the country.
Keeping in view the vision of the present government of Pakistan, the Authority worked for the betterment of the people of nation at large and for national security. In addition to these efforts PTA kept on promoting local businesses, attract foreign investment and increase sector contribution in national exchequer. This year Authority decided to work on following four focus areas namely Consumer Protection, Promoting ICTs, Promoting Competition and Ensuring National Security in addition to routine regulatory activities.
Nokia has make public its latest smartphone the Nokia N8 in Pakistan and it’s the first smartphone which is equipped with the Symbian^3.
Nokia N8 is not available in open market in Pakistan for purchase yet, only available through Ufone with pre order but thanks to some friends we just got our hands on the N8
Of late Nokia has been telling users that the battery for the Nokia N8 isn’t removable as the mobile phone is fully sealed and held together with 2 screws at the bottom but it seems all we need to do to remove battery is to take out 2 screws to gain access to the battery. It sounds too easy yes its very easy to take the battery out.All you need for this purpose is an appropriate screw driver.
The mobile phones, especially the SMS services, can be effectively helpful in disseminating important information on education, health, banking, financial and insurance services in urban and agriculture-relating services in rural areas of Pakistan.
Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) plans to increase coverage, particularly in rural areas, and provide a range of new mobile services. Nokia Siemens Networks will modernize and expand the operator’s 2.5G (GSM/GPRS) network and provide subscriber data management and charging and billing platforms. As a result, more people will be able to access mobile services across the country.
Khalid Shehzad, Chief Technology Officer, Telenor Pakistan (left) along with Atiq Ahmed, Deputy CTO, Telenor Pakistan inaugurates the hub site. Others who attended the ceremony include Imran Malik, CEO Supernet; Hamid Nawaz, Vice-President Supernet; and Shams-ul-Arfeen, CEO Telecard.
PTCL has introduced Broadband student Package Bundled with PSTN including 1Mbps broadband with unlimited download, 150 free voice minutes per month and free unlimited Kehdo SMS at Rs 999 / month and PTCL Broadband existing Student Package @ Rs 850 / month.