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CEO Zong 4G, visits PTA Chairman to discuss the future of digitalization in Pakistan

TelecomCEO Zong 4G, visits PTA Chairman to discuss the future of digitalization in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: In a significant meeting held on Monday, October 9th, the CEO and Chairman of Zong 4G (CMPak), Mr. Huo Junli, engaged in productive discussions with the Chairman of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), Major General (Retd.) Hafeez ur Rehman. The focus of the meeting was to deliberate on matters pivotal to the growth of Pakistan’s rapidly evolving telecom industry.

During this high-profile meeting, the leadership of Zong 4G and PTA delved into the future of digitalization within Pakistan, emphasizing the collaborative efforts required to propel innovation and advancement. The crux of their discussions revolved around the creation of a conducive environment for social and digital inclusion. They highlighted the importance of establishing an extensive network that spans the entire nation, thereby ushering in a new era of connectivity by promoting the widespread adoption of cutting-edge technologies.

Mr. Junli underscored the significance of digital enablement through innovative technologies as a means to empower the nation. On the other hand, Chairman PTA, Major General (Retd.) Hafeez ur Rehman, expressed PTA’s unwavering commitment to fortify the digital ecosystem and transform it into an all-encompassing platform for the country’s progress.

The meeting was marked by a fruitful exchange of ideas, aligning the collective visions of both Zong 4G and PTA for the future of Pakistan. This alignment is expected to usher in a new era of growth and development within the telecom industry, benefiting the entire nation.

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