CARJI EVO Next Target Sialkot & Gujranawala

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has expanded its CharJi EVO wireless broadband services to Peshawar.
The introduction of CharJi EVO will enable residents of Peshawar to experience Charji EVO wireless broadband service at speed upto 36Mbps.
PTCL had introduced its CharJi EVO services back in 2014, which is an addition to the 3G EVO range of services already serving the residents of Peshawar and customers nationwide.
The launch ceremony of CharJi EVO services was attended by a large audience of business community, senior government officials, media personalities as well as representatives of IT and education sector. Muzafar Said, Minister of Finance, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) was the Chief Guest at the occasion.
Adnan Shahid, Chief Commercial Officer, PTCL, while speaking at the launch ceremony said, “PTCL has always been at the forefront in introducing innovative technologies and services in the country and our fixed and wireless broadband services are acting as a catalyst in transforming the socio-economic landscape of Pakistan.”
“PTCL has always introduced technologies that have helped people improve their lives. Peshawar is a historic city and a strong business hub and CharJi wireless broadband services will open new possibilities of growth and development in the area,” he added further.
CharJi EVO service is available in dongles, Mi-Fi clouds and tablet, providing a powerful internet experience, faster web browsing, HD video streaming, downloads, uploads and low latency (ping) rates for online gaming. The ease and comfort of CharJi EVO cloud devices with its state of the art Wi-Fi capability and fast internet browsing brings an unparalleled experience, connecting up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously.
PTCL has launched Pakistan’s first 4G LTE tablet ‘ CHARJI EVO TAB’ which provides built-in CharJi connectivity and voice calling feature. Ptcl has Gurnawala and Sialkot next target for CHARJI wireless service. Ptcl source confirmed the wireless service very soon active in both cities.

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