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Pakistan Telecom Authority has been ranked No. 1 Globally

According to the World Economic Forum’s Network Readiness Index Report, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has been chosen among 139 countries to be the first one in offering the most economical services.

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In the list of the most technologically leading and well-equipped countries in the world, it is a proud moment for Pakistan to be ranked no. 1 for the providing the most affordable telecom services. According to the World Economic Forum’s Network Readiness Index Report, Pakistan Telecom Authority (PTA) has been chosen among 139 countries to be the first one in offering the most economical services.

According to this report, Pakistan has surpassed India (8th), Bangladesh (14th), and Sri Lanka (35th) in the entire South Asia region for providing low-cost mobile internet data bundles.

In a press release issued by PTA on Saturday, Mar 23rd, specified that World Economic Forum (WEF) has also released a Competitiveness Index Report, which reveals that Pakistan has left behind India, Bangladesh and Iran with respect to accessibility of the latest internet technologies and bandwidth.

WEF is an international institution for public-private cooperation and is considered as one of the most reputed, reliable, and authentic source of information all across the globe.

In the press release, PTA also claims that Cable.co.uk has ranked Pakistan at number 33 based on the average price of 1GB mobile data offered at the rate of $1.85 per month, which is not correct.

PTA further states that it has estimated the monthly plans/packages offered by mobile companies in Pakistan and the average price of 1GB mobile internet data, which is only $0.72.

As per PTA’s analysis, Pakistan’s average price for one GB mobile data happens to be the second lowest in the Asia Pacific region, outdoing Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Iran, Indonesia etc.

Furthermore, PTA has also collected data from various telecom operators in the country and has found the average price of 1GB mobile data to be merely $0.29 – $0.59 per month.

In its attempt to resolve the misreading of global media outlet, PTA has tried to provide these calculated estimations to representatives of Cable.co.uk via email and telephone, however, no response has been received till date.

In the list of the most technologically leading and well-equipped countries in the world, it is a proud moment for Pakistan to be ranked no. 1 for the providing the most affordable telecom services. According to the World Economic Forum’s Network Readiness Index Report, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has been chosen among 139 countries to be the first one in offering the most economical services.

According to this report, Pakistan has surpassed India (8th), Bangladesh (14th), and Sri Lanka (35th) in the entire South Asia region for providing low-cost mobile internet data bundles.

In a press release issued by PTA on Saturday, Mar 23rd, specified that World Economic Forum (WEF) has also released a Competitiveness Index Report, which reveals that Pakistan has left behind India, Bangladesh and Iran with respect to accessibility of the latest internet technologies and bandwidth.

WEF is an international institution for public-private cooperation and is considered as one of the most reputed, reliable, and authentic source of information all across the globe.

In the press release, PTA also claims that Cable.co.uk has ranked Pakistan at number 33 based on the average price of 1GB mobile data offered at the rate of $1.85 per month, which is not correct.

PTA further states that it has estimated the monthly plans/packages offered by mobile companies in Pakistan and the average price of 1GB mobile internet data, which is only $0.72.

As per PTA’s analysis, Pakistan’s average price for one GB mobile data happens to be the second lowest in the Asia Pacific region, outdoing Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Iran, Indonesia etc.

Furthermore, PTA has also collected data from various telecom operators in the country and has found the average price of 1GB mobile data to be merely $0.29 – $0.59 per month.

In its attempt to resolve the misreading of global media outlet, PTA has tried to provide these calculated estimations to representatives of Cable.co.uk via email and telephone, however, no response has been received till date.

In the list of the most technologically leading and well-equipped countries in the world, it is a proud moment for Pakistan to be ranked no. 1 for the providing the most affordable telecom services. According to the World Economic Forum’s Network Readiness Index Report, Pakistan Telecom Authority (PTA) has been chosen among 139 countries to be the first one in offering the most economical services.

According to this report, Pakistan has surpassed India (8th), Bangladesh (14th), and Sri Lanka (35th) in the entire South Asia region for providing low-cost mobile internet data bundles.

In a press release issued by PTA on Saturday, Mar 23rd, specified that World Economic Forum (WEF) has also released a Competitiveness Index Report, which reveals that Pakistan has left behind India, Bangladesh and Iran with respect to accessibility of the latest internet technologies and bandwidth.

WEF is an international institution for public-private cooperation and is considered as one of the most reputed, reliable, and authentic source of information all across the globe.

In the press release, PTA also claims that Cable.co.uk has ranked Pakistan at number 33 based on the average price of 1GB mobile data offered at the rate of $1.85 per month, which is not correct.

PTA further states that it has estimated the monthly plans/packages offered by mobile companies in Pakistan and the average price of 1GB mobile internet data, which is only $0.72.

As per PTA’s analysis, Pakistan’s average price for one GB mobile data happens to be the second lowest in the Asia Pacific region, outdoing Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Iran, Indonesia etc.

Furthermore, PTA has also collected data from various telecom operators in the country and has found the average price of 1GB mobile data to be merely $0.29 – $0.59 per month.

In its attempt to resolve the misreading of global media outlet, Pakistan Telecom Authority (PTA) has tried to provide these calculated estimations to representatives of Cable.co.uk via email and telephone, however, no response has been received till date.

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