WARID ANNOUNCES TO LAUNCH 4G LTE SERVICE IN PAKISTAN

BREAKING NEWS- WARID PLANS TO LAUNCH 4G LTE SERVICE IN PAKISTAN

Warid has released a breaking news that the company is going to launch 4G LTE service in Pakistan. Warid will be the pioneer in this technology as no other network has introduced 4G LTE service in Pakistan. Warid did not participated in the 3G and 4G auction and its customers were feeling embarrassed after that but now the company has given a surprise to its customers and competitors by announcing to launch 4G LTE service in Pakistan.

Different rumors were wondering in the telecom market about warid’s reaction on 3G and 4G service launched by its competitors. Some critics were criticizing the company for not taking part in 3G and 4G auctions and they were predicting that company’s survival in the telecom market is in danger now. However it was not possible for warid to stay outside the 3G and 4G race and now warid has declared its plans by a news paper ads in all leading newspapers of Pakistan. It seems that warid have got permission from PTA authorities to launch 4G LTE service in Pakistan with its current spectrum which warid had bought in 2004.

According to telecom experts warid’s current spectrum can support to launch 4G LTE service in limited cities and the company will have to invest more to expand its 4G LTE service in the whole country. Warid customers(12 million) are very happy to listen this excited news by warid but other telecom companies are feeling a threat from warid now.

In fact a healthy cut throat competition has started in telecom industry of Pakistan which is very beneficial for customers and for telecom industry too. Now other companies will have to reduce the 3g packages rates to compete their competitors and this will be very good news for telecom industry’s customers. Stay in touch with us and our face book page for latest updates and alerts about all telecom companies in Pakistan

Author: ADMIN

MSc, LLb, DHMS, RHMP, Diploma in Computer, Ex Gazetted Government Officer, Principal of officers Academy, Chief Editor of English Monthly on Law,

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