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PTCL extends next-generation CharJi EVO service to Faisalabad.

FAISALABAD -- Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has extended its next generation CharJi EVO wireless broadband service to the city.

A spokesman of the PTCL told here on Tuesday that the introduction of this high speed wireless service would enable residents of Faisalabad to experience fastest wireless broadband service of the country offered by the PTCL.

He said that CharJi EVO which was launched in August 2014 is Pakistans fastest wireless broadband service, providing connectivity at 36Mbps. The service is an addition to the successful EVO range of services already serving the residents of Faisalabad and users nationwide, he added.

He further said that provision of cutting-edge ICT products and services has always been a conscious pursuit at PTCL.

He said that Faisalabad was one of the major industrial hubs of Pakistan, and the high speed PTCL CharJi wireless broadband backed by superior wireless network infrastructure would open new avenues of possibilities and growth for businesses and consumers alike.

He said that our focus going forward is to ensure that our products and service delivery are simple but effective and the best available in the market.

"We are convinced that our products will be embraced by large segments of audience which are still not connected to the internet world," he added.

CharJi EVO service is available in convenient dongles and Mi-Fi clouds providing a powerful internet experience, faster web browsing, HD video streaming, downloads and uploads.

The ease and comfort of CharJi EVO cloud devices with its state of the art Wi-Fi capability and fast internet browsing brings an unparalleled experience, connecting up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously to PTCLs revolutionary wireless EVO broadband network, spokesman added.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
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Date:Apr 1, 2015
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