STAFF REPORT ISB: Making it more convenient for common people, Telenor while leading its way in technology, has introduced first expo of Internet of things.

Telenor Pakistan is part of the vast Norwegian Telenor Group, which is an international provider of voice, data, content and mobile communication services in 13 markets across Europe and Asia and an additional 17 markets through its ownership in VimpelCom Ltd. Telenor Pakistan slogans karo mumkin (make it possible), has a total subscriber base of 35.2 million with over 26 per cent SIM market share.

Setting its first display in a focal hotel at Lahore, Federal Minister of Science and Technology inaugurated the ceremony.

“Rreason of this display is to make it more easy for people in their daily routines, reason for this expo is to interlink all the home appliances via internet, so they perform it even much better,” said CEO Telenor, Michael Foley, while talking to the media.

Telenor assures it for daily life, control of home appliances like AC, geysers, bulbs and many more via internet, simply you can turn on or off all the home appliances by just simply one click. Its all in your hand, it can also examine the car, offices and would be an important step against theft.

By Web Team

Technology Times Web team handles all matters relevant to website posting and management.