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  • 3G slows as 4G grows

    Are the 3G subscriptions reaching a saturation point? Well, new 3G users certainly seem a little harder to get these days. The four 3G network operators were seen adding more than a million new subscriptions

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  • Telcos and the tax gripe

    It’s the budget-making season. And the cellular operators are at it again. News reports last week gave voice to the sector’s concerns over continued imposition of high taxes on the sector in one form or

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  • NetSol strikes back

    After a run of subdued financial performance between FY14 and FY16, the Lahore-based software giant is looking to shake things up this fiscal year. As per the latest financial information released to the local bourse,

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  • Jazz sits comfortably atop

      A little head-start helps. For the second decade running, Mobilink (now Jazz) has been leading the pack of mobile network operators (MNOs) in Pakistan. Swallowing Warid last year was a major inorganic boon, putting

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  • PTCL: Losing ground

    The telecom giant is watching its profitability erode gradually. As per the PSX announcement yesterday, the Pakistan Telecommunications Co. Limited Group (PSX: PTC) has recorded a roughly 33 percent decline in its profitability for the

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  • Good times for telcos

    Pakistans mobile network operators (MNOs) should have less to complain about these days. In terms of both market penetration and financial health, they seem to have done well lately.As per the latest statistics by the

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  • NetSol: Gaining ground

    It has been a solid start to the new fiscal for NetSol Technologies Limited (PSX: NetSol). In the just concluded quarter, the Lahore-based software firm has posted a net profit that is bigger than its

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  • No silver lining for LDIs?

    If you are still getting in touch with your overseas pals by dialing a phone call, then either you are recklessly rich or you are simply ignorant of the perks modern connectivity has to offer.

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