PTCL adds high speed EVO, launches Charji EVOAugust 1, 2014
Karachi: Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited (PTCL) has ushered a new era of technological innovation in the country by introducing the next generation ‘Charji EVO’ in Pakistan.
The new technology provides ultra fast uninterrupted connectivity at speeds up to 36 Mbps, making it the fastest wireless broadband in Pakistan. The service, available in convenient dongles and Mi-Fi clouds, is initially being launched in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi and Lahore and will be expanded to other parts of the country later. Both dongles and Mi-Fi clouds have the ability to fall back to the Rev A or Rev B network in case the customer uses the Charji EVO device in cities other than the current launch cities.
Furqan Qureshi, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) PTCL commented at this launch, “We are excited to introduce the next-generation of our EVO broadband service in Pakistan which will enable access to data-rich products and enhance high speed broadband access for customers. We believe that high speed broadband is a catalyst for growth and that it should be accessible to everyone. Pakistan’s demand for data continues to grow and we intend to extend the fastest broadband service to our customers. The launch of the new Charji EVO, reaffirms our commitment of empowering the nation by providing high speed broadband for all”, added Furqan Qureshi.
The super fast dongles and cloud devices are a companion for providing a powerful internet experience, enabling faster web browsing, HD video streaming, downloads, uploads and low latency (ping) rates for online gaming. The tremendous 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 (depends on the model) simultaneously to PTCL’s revolutionary wireless EVO broadband network.
The company currently has the largest wireless broadband network in the country with more than 250 cities powered by its EVO services.