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Rs.16 Billion Will Be Invested By PTCL in Next 5 Years

Rs.16 Billion Will Be Invested By PTCL in Next 5 Years

Pakistan telecommunication company limited PTCL a largest and leading telecom service provider is really striving hard for the development of IT and telecom sector of Pakistan. With the passing of time we observe the changes in PTCL and certain transformations that enhance the consumer’s satisfaction.

June 8, 2011 | By | 1 Reply More
PTCL Net Profit of Rs.4.972 Billion For 9 Months Ended 31st March. 2011

PTCL Net Profit of Rs.4.972 Billion For 9 Months Ended 31st March. 2011

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) today has announced its financial results for 9 months ended 31st March 2011 and has earned net profit of Rs. 4.972 billion with an earning per share of Rs. 0.97.for the same period.

During this period PTCL has continued its strategy of innovation and futuristic growth. By developing new sources of income, on the commercial side, the growth momentum of PTCL remained strong in emerging segments of Broadband and Corporate Services. PTCL remained focused on its strategy by providing multiple solutions to the business and household market segments and extending vital services to other telecom operators in Pakistan. PTCL has special emphasis on high level of customer satisfaction. PTCL network has a number of technologies that work together to provide every possible solution a client could need. It also allows the company to meet the rapidly changing and new emerging technology requirements.

April 27, 2011 | By | 1 Reply More
PTCL Lost Customers – Survey

PTCL Lost Customers – Survey

PTCL has lost many customers after the market monopoly has been broken and many players have entered in the market. Also the compatitve rates from mobile phone service provider are making things difficult for the telecom giant. Representatives of the Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) are calling up the customers who have discontinued service from PTCL and asking the reasons and what it would take for them to reconnect with the company.

December 9, 2010 | By | Reply More
PTCL Reported Net Profit of 2.08 Billion in Q1 2010

PTCL Reported Net Profit of 2.08 Billion in Q1 2010

Pakistan Telecommunication Co Ltd today reported a net profit of 2.08 billion rupees ($24.22 million) in the quarter ending Sept. 30. The same period last year saw a net profit of 2.57 billion rupees.

PTCL shares were trading 0.47 percent lower at 19.09 rupees, in a broader market KSE.

October 27, 2010 | By | 2 Replies More
HEC & PTCL Contract For Largest Internet Connectivity In Pakistan

HEC & PTCL Contract For Largest Internet Connectivity In Pakistan

The Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC) and Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) have entered into a landmark agreement at Islamabad for the provisioning of 10 Gigabit Premium Internet Bandwidth Connectivity. This is the largest Internet Backbone Connectivity ever acquired by any organization in Pakistan. PTCL is the main provider of premium internet bandwidth to […]

April 20, 2010 | By | Reply More
PTCL Advice to Public Exposes Its Inefficient Customer Services

PTCL Advice to Public Exposes Its Inefficient Customer Services

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has advised its valued customers to contact its support team or Regional General Managers on email addresses in case their complaints are not addressed through 1218. PTCL’s announcement is infact confession of its inefficient customer services help line 1218. The success of service based companies depends on how effective and […]

March 3, 2010 | By | 2 Replies More

Final Hearing on 27th October Against PTCL Privatisation in SHC

Sindh High Court (SHC) will conduct the final hearing on October 27th against the privatisation of the Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) on a constitutional petition filed by the labour union of the company.
The Judiciary has also stopped the PTCL administration either to sell off or mortgage the assets of the telephone company.
Abdul Majeed Pirzada the Council of PTCL labour union President, Haji Khan Bhatti pleaded in the Court that the process of privatization is unconstitutional and non-transparent.
Making his plea the Council further said that the new PTCL administration is paying of the outstanding dues either by selling off the company’s assets or by mortgaging them.
The defendant’s Council did not appear in the Court.
SHC issued a stay order after hearing the arguments of the plaintiff’s Council and fixed the date of October 27th for the final hearing.

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