Pakistan’s premier Telecom provider, Telenor Pakistan arranged a special musical evening for its B2B customers in Lahore. Telenor Pakistan had launched its 4G after acquisition of 850 MHz technology-neutral spectrum through a successful bid in PTA’s spectrum auction.
Telenor Pakistan’s 4G services were initially launched in 8 cities across Pakistan. The cutting edge services have ever since set a bench mark in the country’s broadband market for its matchless speed and seamless connectivity.
The event was graced by a great number of dignitaries from various businesses, collaborating with Telenor Pakistan for its communication services. The audience was captivated by soulful musical performance by star musician Sajjad Ali.
Sharing his thoughts on this, CEO Telenor Pakistan, Mr. Irfan Wahab Khan said: “We are here to celebrate the success of our 4G services in the country. As a customer-centric Digital Service provider, the event is testament to our commitment that Telenor Pakistan will continue to prosper and grow with its customers on its side. We are glad that the leading edge services are not only benefiting individual users but also contributing to various business partners across different sectors including Textile, Logistics, health care, agriculture, banking, pharma and more. We will continue to invest and build world class Digital infrastructure to better serve our prestigious customers.”
The audience expressed their gratitude for the superior acoustic delight and lauded Telenor Pakistan efforts to bring best possible services to its customers. Telenor Pakistan will also organize similar get-together programs in Karachi and Islamabad for its B2B customers.
In pursuance of its motto ‘Internet for all’, Telenor Pakistan also launched a host of 4G enabled devices to support and extend its digital ecosystem in the country. The cost effective and technology enabled devices including smartphones are aimed at increasing digital inclusion in the country. It is part of Telenor Pakistan’s ambition to promote broadband penetration and technology uptake in the country.