Pakistan’s Telecom infrastructure ICT is flourishing with foreign and domestic investments into fixed-line and mobile networks. Growing field technology in Pakistan has played a significant role in the developing the economy.

For technology and telecom sector Year 2017 went best. This year growth has been observed in this year. The revenues generated from telecom sector showed growth in the full financial year compared with the last year. The telecom sector between July and August has received an FDI of $92.5 million in this year according to statistics released by State Bank of Pakistan.

Telecom and technology sector did well in 2017 in Pakistan. Efforts have been put through by Government of Pakistan for the growth of these sectors that has resulted in drastic changes and improvements with dramatic expansions.

Technology and Telecom highlights in 2017:

Pakistan will be launching 5G technology by 2020 and has already started the preparations to test 5G cellular connectivity

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Government in collaboration with CPEC has introduced IT Parks for the first time

MOST has established IT industrial park in Sindh

MoITT Nominations for ‘Equals in Tech 2017’ Awards and placed in Top Five

In the field of clean technologies, Pakistani innovators have won 5 awards from United Nations Industrial Development Organization

To conduct Audit of Telecom Operator a new system devised FBR

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle has introduced by Punjab Government for farmers to use Drone Technology in Pakistan for Good Yield

For the first time Introduction of National Incubation Centre in Pakistan

With PKR. 3 million in big Friday sale Daraz breaks all records

PhoneWorld Team Presented ‘CEO of the Year 2016-17’ Excellence Award to Aamir Ibrahim

3G/4G Subscribers in Pakistan Crossed 47 Million

Pakistan’s IT exports generating receipts of nearly $1 billion reaching the high outgoing financial year of 2016-2017

Pakistan’s IT exports have grown to $2.9 billion as estimated

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Armeena Khan became the Digital Brand Ambassador for Emerging Pakistan Initiative

MoIT Drafts ‘Pakistan Telecommunication Competition Rules 2017’ to Ensure Fair Competition in Telecom sector

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has launched DRIBS, initiative to restrain smuggling and theft of mobile devices, by blocking illegal handsets.

Telenor has Inaugurated new office

KPITB Launched E-Ilaj-An Online Health Care Facility

Ignite Approved “DigiSkills” Initiative to Train 1 M Freelancers in Pakistan

Wi-Tribe has launched 4.5G service in Pakistan

Pakistan Ranked 9th Globally for its Booming Digital Economy

PITB Launched Prison Management Information System at District Jail

Micropower Labs from Telenor Pakistan’s Velocity’s Pakistan has won Telenor Group’s annual Digital Winners competition

VEON launched messaging App

Cricingif wins 2017 APICTA Start-up gold medal

Chairman of PTA Dr. Ismail Shah’s end of tenure

MoIT Released Digital Pakistan Policy 2017

MoIT Introduced Work from Home Policy for Female Employees

We are looking forward and expect that there will be more innovations in Telecom and Technology sector.

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