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SCO not creating hurdles for provision of 3G/4G services in Gilgit-Baltistan, says Sector Commander

With reporting by Abdul Rehman Bukhari

Gilgit, October 2: The Special Communication Organization (SCO) is providing services to the region in remote parts of Gilgit-Baltistan despite of geographical and logistic hurdles. Efforts are underway to further improve the ITC services in the region.

These views were shared by Col. Imran Bhatti, Sector Commander of Special Communication Organization (SCO), while talking to journalists in Gilgit at his office. He said that SCO is making efforts to provide 3G/4G services in the GB region. “SCO has formally approached the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to get permission for provision of 3G/4G services in the region”, he said.

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“SCO not creating hurdles for provision of 3G/4G services in G…Sector Commander of Special Communication Organization (SCO) talking to journalists in Gilgit. He said that SCO is making efforts to provide 3G/4G services in the GB region. He rejected the notion that SCO was blocking extension of the latest communication technology services to the region. He further added that underground optical fiber in Gilgit city is being changed, which will result in better internet services to the city’s residents. The SCO Sector Commander urged the media to help them in resolving issues by reporting service failures in a constructive manner.

Posted by PAMIR TIMES on Friday, 2 October 2015

Col Bhatti rejected the notion that SCO was blocking extension of the latest communication technology services to the region. He further added that underground optical fiber in Gilgit city is being changed, which will result in better internet services to the city’s residents. The SCO Sector Commander urged the media to help them in resolving issues by reporting service failures in a constructive manner.

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