BREAKING NEWS-CHARJI PACKAGES 2018 NEW PTCL WIRELESS BRANDBAND SERVICE

BREAKING NEWS-CHAR JI NEW PTCL WIRELESS BRAND BAND SERVICE PTCL Ev0 & Cloud Charji Packages 2018

Breaking News- If you was not happy with your internet speed then we have a breaking news for you. PTCL is going to launch 4G charji (4G) wireless broadband service. According to media reports PTCL broadband customers will be able to get 36Mbps internet speed through char ji service. PTCL has named “project eagle to” Char ji service. At present 4G service is under testing and it is expected that PTCL will launch it within couple of weeks.

Company will provide a new USB device to customers for 4G(char ji) service which will provide 36Mbps down load and 7Mbps upload speed. We don’t know the charges of this new USB device but the minimum charges for 4G(Charji) service will be 3000 rupees. But here too PTCL will apply maximum down load limit i.e 30GB. It means you will have to spend more money for enjoying this blazing speed for unlimited time. At initial stage PTCL will launch its new char ji (4G) wireless broad band service in big cities of Pakistan in next 15 days.  PTCL Charji packages 2018 have been given below.

PTCL THREAT FOR OTHER INTERNET PROVIDER COMPANIES

PTCL will become a threat for other wireless broad band service provider companies in Pakistan after the launch of Charji (4G) service. Wateen, World Call, Wi tribe, Qubee and other internet service provider companies will have to do some thing urgently to save their market share from PTCL otherwise they will have to face great competition from Char Ji.A new technology revolution is knocking at our doors and its up to us that how we shall use these 3G, 4G and Charji services. You can read the the news in Urdu below this post. Stay in touch with our website and its face book page for latest technology updates.

PTCL Charji EVO Packages 2018 With Device Price

PTCL 4G (CHAR JI SEVICE)

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