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Telenor brings mobile Pakistan up to date. Telenor Pakistan has introduced new technology around the country to make their mobile services available to most Pakistani people. The company’s service expansion program “Sahulat Ghar,” meaning “home of convenience,” is justified by Telenor Pakistan as a strategy to fully penetrate the very large market potential that Pakistan represents. “In the world’s sixth most populous country, it is increasingly important to offer programmes that reach customers throughout Pakistan. Our goal with Sahulat Ghar is to bring convenience to customers by offering them a range of mobile services right at their doorstep,” says Malik Faisal Qayyum, Director Sales & Distribution for Telenor Pakistan.

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Telenor brings mobile Pakistan up to date

Published on Monday, 12th July, 2010 at 16:39 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.
Last Updated on 12th July 2010 at 17:08.

Telenor Pakistan has introduced new technology around the country to make their mobile services available to most Pakistani people.

Telenor Pakistan HQ, Islamabad
Telenor Pakistan HQ, Islamabad
Photo: Telenor


The company’s service expansion program “Sahulat Ghar,” meaning “home of convenience,” is justified by Telenor Pakistan as a strategy to fully penetrate the very large market potential that Pakistan represents.

“In the world’s sixth most populous country, it is increasingly important to offer programmes that reach customers throughout Pakistan. Our goal with Sahulat Ghar is to bring convenience to customers by offering them a range of mobile services right at their doorstep,” says Malik Faisal Qayyum, Director Sales & Distribution for Telenor Pakistan.

Sahulat Ghar consists of placing kiosks in retailing points, each kiosk being equipped with a touch-screen laptop, a scanner, a printer, a biometric device, and a smart card reader to read SIM data.

According to Telenor Pakistan, the retailers that operate the technology in the kiosks are specially trained.

160 Sahulat Ghar retail locations have been opened to date, but Telenor Pakistan plans to set up approximately 1,000 further ones in the next six months.




Published on Monday, 12th July, 2010 at 16:39 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.
Last updated on 12th July 2010 at 17:08.

This post has the following tags: telenor, pakistan, mobile, sahulat, ghar, malik, faisal, qayyum, improvements.





  
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