MUZAFFARABAD: Telenor Pakistan has launched its 4G services in the region.

Telenor Pakistan CEO Irfan Wahab Khan, EVP and chief people and sustainability officer Cecilie Blydt Heuch attended the ceremony held in Muzaffarabad.

The CEO said Telenor Pakistan’s investment and network expansion in the region was a testament to the company’s commitment towards its promise to continue empowering the people of Azad Jammu and Kashmir by opening doors to opportunities. He said the highly anticipated expansion in the 4G services would enable access to services like e-education, e-health, e-governance, ride hailing, food ordering apps and much more. “This enhanced connectivity will also boost tourism in region and uplift the overall socio-economic conditions by bringing the world of opportunities just a tap away,” he said.

Telenor Pakistan acquired 16.2 MHz spectrum in the auction held in September, making it the largest spectrum holder in AJK and Gilgit-Baltistan.

Published in Dawn, November 4th, 2021

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