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  • Mobile phone firms facing a competitive, saturated market

    The mobile phone companies, for example, saw their subscriber base grow by a handsome 15pc from over 114m people to 132m in the first 10 months of the ongoing financial year...

    But this encouraging spike in the number of consumers using mobile phones and mobile broadband services notwithstanding, the telecom firms continue to struggle for survival in the country’s highly competitive market...

  • Police's anti-mobile phone snatching unit arrests two shopkeepers from Karachi market

    Police and Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) Monday conducted a joint raid in the electronics market situated in Karachi's Saddar area and claimed to have arrested two "facilitators of street criminals," said Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Mohammad Farooq Awan...

    Awan, head of the Anti-Mobile Phone Snatching Cell, said in a press conference that the raiding team detained two shopkeepers and seized multiple devices from...

  • Non-custom paid mobile phones being unblocked in market: PTA

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) on Wednesday conceded that even after implementation of its new mobile phone registration mechanism, non-custom paid mobile phone sets were being unblocked in the black market through stolen identities...

    He said non-custom paid handsets were being unblocked in the black market for Rs2,000 to Rs3,000, which could have earned the exchequer more than Rs30,000...

  • ART MARKET: SADEQUAIN FETCHES RECORD PRICE

    During a first-ever sale devoted entirely to ‘Art of Pakistan’ this year at Bonhams in London, Sadequain’s “Crucifixion” (1968), fetched a record breaking 118,750 pounds (around 16 million Pakistani rupees)...

    Long considered secondary, perhaps to other regional markets, the art of Pakistan stands independently as an art market of great importance globally...

  • Pindi forest land retrieval from Bahria Town: Cabinet to request SC to fix per kanal price as per market rate

    LAHORE: The Punjab cabinet on Monday engaged in a heated debate over the issue of forest land occupied by Bahria Town Rawalpindi, and resolved to approach the Supreme Court for payment on the basis of the present day price...

    Though some cabinet members wanted to give a go-ahead and collect the payment, sources said that many of the members did not agree to any proposal asserting that the price of the land was much higher than the...

  • Money Market: SBP injects Rs90bn into market

    LAST week, the State Bank of Pakistan conducted two open market operations and pumped a cumulative Rs90bn into the banking system...

    According to the weekly Statement of Affairs of the State Bank of Pakistan for the week ended Jan 29, 2016, currency notes in circulation decreased to Rs3,093...

  • 50m mobile accounts likely by 2020

    KARACHI: The customer base of branchless banking would become larger than the conventional banks in the next five years as 50 million mobile accounts are expected to be operational by 2020, said Nadeem Hussain, President, Tameer Bank...

    Speaking at the ‘Pakistan Payment Summit-2015’, organised by the Total Communications, in collaboration with the State Bank of Pakistan and 1-Link, Nadeem Hussain further stated that a fund of Rs100...

  • Local manufacturing of mobile handsets from April

    ISLAMABAD: A Chinese manufacturer will launch its mobile handset manufacturing and assembling unit in April (Pakistan’s first), a senior official at Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication said on Monday...

    The government had announced tax incentive package for manufacturing of mobile phones in budget 2015-16...

  • Mobile homes

    I would like to suggest that the UAE has a technology of mobile homes which they supplied to Palestinians after the destruction of their houses by Israeli forces last year...

    I did suggest in these columns a most economical mode of fabricating mobile homes for the needy...

  • Mobile phone access in Africa to double in five years

    CAPE TOWN: Around 80 per cent of sub-Saharan Afri­ca’s 800 million people should have access to mobile telephones by the end of the decade, double the current rate, although government help is needed to reach far-flung areas, industry body group GSMA said on Wednesday...

    The growth of mobile data — an even more powerful economic tool than simple vo­i­ce services — also hinges on authorities allocating sufficient spectrum, said...

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