STAFF REPORT ISB: PTCL has claimed to have ushered a new era of technological innovation in Pakistan by introducing the next generation Charji EVO in Pakistan.

The Technology Times a month back had published a news regarding the expected launch of this Charji EVO when the PTCL bosses were in the process of making its marketing strategy for this EVO.

According to the company, the new service is an addition to the successful EVO family of products already serving millions of users in the country. 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, says a press release issued here.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.Though the PTCL officials claim that the new technology provides ultra fast uninterrupted connectivity at speeds up to 36 Mbps, its upload speed would not be more than 7Mbps while its operational download speed would be between 20-25 Mbps and in remote areas its speed could be slow accordingly.

“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,” said Furqan Qureshi, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) PTCL.

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