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Thursday, November 15, 2012
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Islamabad: As part of its vision to bring latest Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to the remotest areas of the country, Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited (PTCL) has extended its Vfone wireless service to isolated Mekhtar, Bard and Murgha Kibzai areas of Balochistan, says a press release.

 

Part of Loralai region of Balochistan, Mekhtar, Bard and Murgha Qibzai areas are one of the remotest areas of the country. PTCL aims to facilitate the people of the region with the launch of Vfone service.

 

PTCL Vfone has the country’s largest WLL coverage and is available with both prepaid and postpaid options. Supported by high-speed CDMA technology, Vfone also offers SMS and internet connectivity at affordable rates.

 

“Our vision is to bring latest telecommunications infrastructure to every city and village of Pakistan,” said PTCL Executive Vice President (EVP) Wireless, Omer Khalid. “Provision of Vfone services in the area will go a long way in fulfilling the communications needs of the people of Balochistan.”