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Use 8 Mbps PTCL Connection and Get Free 6 Months Netflix Subscription

Use 8 Mbps PTCL Connection and Get Free 6 Months Netflix Subscription

Sumera Saeed | March 7, 2018 | category: Mobile Phones

Use 8 Mbps PTCL Connection and Get Free 6 Months Netflix Subscription. Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), the largest internet service provider in the country, is come up with exciting offer for its customers.

PTCL has collaborated with the Netflix, the world’s largest online streaming service, in order to offer its service free of cost top its customers in the country. As per PTCL you can get free 6 month subscription of Netflix if you use the 8 Mbps connection of PTCL.

The PTCL and Netflix service is available for the 8 Mbps or more connections only.

Netflix has officially launched its service in Pakistan few years ago and is offering a huge streaming of local and international movies, Dramas, TV shows and much more.

Now PTCL has joined hands with Netflix to offer the online streaming service to cover a lot of ground in the country which it has previously been unable to do so.

After the subscription of Netflix, you can enjoy on-demand entertainment on your Smart TVs , smartphones, PCs, laptops, tablets and other devices.

PTCL is already collaborated with iFlix, another streaming service that was launched in Pakistan instantly after Netflix arrival in the country. PTCL is offering the free one year of iFlix service to customers on the use of 4mbps.

For further information about Netflix visit the official PTCL website.

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10th Annual TeleCON 2017 to be held on 18th May 2017

Sumera Saeed | May 10, 2017 | category: Mobile Phones

Continuing the legacy for the 10th year now, the Pakistan Telecommunication and ICT Conference (TeleCON 2017) (www.shamrockconferences.net) is going to be held on 18th May, 2017, at the Ramada Hotel in Islamabad, in which Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) and Wateen Telecom Limited have pledged to be the main sponsors. The theme for this insightful conference is “Pakistan in the wake of Revolutionary Technologies and Solutions”.

Attending the TeleCON 2017 as Chief Guest, is the Honorable Ms. Anusha Rahman Khan – Minister of State for Information Technology & Telecommunications, whereas the Keynote address will be delivered by the Honorable Mr. Syed Ismail Shah – Chairman of Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA). Honorable Ms. Jehan Ara – President of Pakistan Software Houses Association (P@SHA) and Honorable Mr. Yusuf Hussain – Chief Executive of ICT R&D Fund are amongst the distinguished speakers at the forum.

Mr. Menin Rodrigues – President and CEO of SHAMROCK Communications Pvt. Ltd., stated:

“The TeleCON has evolved over the years as one of the most influential platforms for the discussion of prolific ideas, while staying up-to-date with the ever-changing trends in this sector to boost economic performance. The TeleCON is orchestrated every year with the objective of discussing the key challenges and opportunities in order to expand outreach, broadband and wireless connectivity, all while ensuring mobility, safety and security.”

Organized by SHAMROCK Conferences International, in cooperation with Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and the relevant ministries, this insightful forum is truly a prestigious assemblage of industry specialists, experts, regulators, technologists, professionals, visionaries, experts, academia, emerging media and investors from national and global enterprises and institutions.

Innovative ideas for enhancing Foreign-Direct Investments (FDI) will also be discussed and evaluated at the TeleCON 2017 along with discerning discussions on much-needed regulations in regards of cyber-crime, data security, safer exchange of information and other industry related challenges.