Instaphone
Instaphone was brand name of first ever cellular mobile communication services launched by M/s Pakcom Ltd., a telecommunications company in Pakistan and the pioneer of cellular industry in Pakistan. T...
Transworld Associates
Transworld Associates is a communications company in Pakistan. Transworld Associates owns the 1,300 km submarine telecommunications cable linking the United Arab Emirates, Oman, and Pakistan. Tra...
National Telecommunication Corporation (Pakistan)
National Telecommunication Corporation (abbreviated: NTC) is a government-based IT and Telecom services provider corporation in Pakistan.
NTC was formed in 1996 by a telecom Reorganization act thr...
List of cable operators in Pakistan
This article only contains the most known Cable Operators, IPTV Providers e.t.c.There are more than 2000 cable and other types of services in Pakistan.
List of telecommunications companies of Pakistan
The following is the list of telecommunications companies of Pakistan.
Telenor Pakistan
Telenor Pakistan (Urdu: ٹیلی نار پاکستان‎) is owned by the Norwegian Telenor Group, which is an international provider of voice, data, content and mobile communication services in 13 market...
Telenor Pakistan - Wikipedia
United Mobile
United Mobile is the largest mobile distributor in Pakistan with 32 customer care centres in 14 major cities of Pakistan. Founded in the 2001, they earned the ISO 90001 certification in 2005. United M...
Mobilink
Mobilink (Pakistan Mobile Communications Limited or PMCL) (Urdu: موبی لنک) the first GSM based cellular operator in South Asia, operates the leading GSM network in Pakistan and provides a range of pr...
Wateen Telecom
Wateen Telecom is a converged communication services provider based in Lahore, Pakistan, and is a sister concern of Warid Telecom. The company was incorporated in 2005 and began its operations in 2007...
Wateen Telecom - Wikipedia
Warid Telecom
Warid Telecom International (Arabic: وريد تليكوم الدولية‎‎) is an Abu Dhabi-based mobile telecommunication investment firm whose portfolio companies provide telephony services in the R...
Warid Telecom - Wikipedia
Emirates Telecommunications Corporation
Emirates Telecommunications Corporation, branded trade name Etisalat (Arabic: اتصالات‎ ittiṣālāt, literally "communications"), is a multinational UAE based telecommunications services provid...
Emirates Telecommunications Corporation - Wikipedia
PTCL Smart TV
PTCL Smart TV is an Internet Protocol TV service in Pakistan owned by Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL). It entered the IPTV-sector on 14 August 2008, by launching a digital interactiv...
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) is the leading telecommunication authority in Pakistan. The corporation provides telephonic and Internet services nation-wide and is the backbone for ...
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd - Wikipedia
Paktel
Paktel (Urdu: پاکٹل‎) was the pioneer cellular operator of Pakistan. It was the first ever company granted license to carry out cellular phone services in Pakistan, set up by Cable & Wir...
Paktel - Wikipedia
Ufone
Pak Telecom Mobile Limited or Ufone (Urdu: یوفون‎) is a Pakistani GSM cellular service provider. It was the third mobile operator to enter Pakistani market. It started its operations, under ...
Ufone - Wikipedia
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) is Pakistani government agency responsible for the establishment, operation and maintenance of telecommunications in Pakistan. Headquartered in Islamabad, PT...
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority - Wikipedia
WorldCall
WorldCall Telecom Ltd, an Oman Telecommunications Company (Omantel), is a multi service operator in Pakistan, capable of offering triple play services, i.e. Cable TV, Internet and Telephony.Existing b...
WorldCall - Wikipedia
ZONG
China Mobile Pakistan or Zong (Urdu: زونگ‎) is a pan Pakistani mobile network operator headquartered in Islamabad, which offers voice and data services ranging from postpaid and prepaid pla...
ZONG - Wikipedia