ISLAMABAD (BMZ REPORT ) The students of Telecom Engineering Department, Military College of Signals visited Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Headquarters. Chairman PTA, Dr. Syed Ismail Shah and senior officers of PTA were present on this occasion. During the visit, Chairman PTA informed the participants about working and role of PTA.
LAHORE ( HAFEEZ REPORT ) Upaisa has collaborated with Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre (SKMCH&RC) and made its services available for people who wish to make donations to the Hospital at a time when funds are needed for the construction of Pakistan’s second SKMCH&RC in Peshawar. With
ISLAMABAD ( ABRAR MUSTAFA ) Mr. Khurrum highlighted that these solutions will be of critical importance to mobile operators with the launch of 3G and LTE solutions. He pointed out that mobile data traffic is expected to increase exponentially after launch of new technology and bandwidth utilization and customer experience
ISALAMABAD ( ABRAR MUSTAFA ) Mobilink it seems has failed in its first launch of 3G services in Pakistan. Recently Mobilink had offered customers the chance to enjoy 7.2 Mb/s speed through its SpeedNet USb dongle. However Teleco Alert has found that its franchises have a different story to tell.