PTA orders telecos to terminate all call, SMS packages immediately: Report

PTA first issued the directive on November 4, 2012. PHOTO: FILE
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has directed all telecom companies operating in the country to discontinue offering text and voice call packages to customers at any and all times of the day, and submit a compliance report on September 2, 2013, ProPakistani has reported.
A letter from the PTA Director General Muhammad Talib Dogar reminded relevant authorities of a PTA Directive from Nov 14, 2012, which instructed all operating companies to quit offering chat packages “contrary to moral values of the society”.
Dogar noted that voice and chat packages were, however, still operational in violation of the policy and should be terminated immediately and a compliance report submitted in this regard.
The letter said:
“Keeping in view the foregoing, all Cellular Mobile Operators are hereby once again directed to immediately stop all kind of chat packages (Voice and SMS) irrespective of time of the day and submit compliance by Sep 2, 2013.”

2 comments:

  1. why no actions has been taken for this if it really start work on it, this definitely change the youth activities

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