PTCL launches CharJi EVO Tab 4G LTE tablet

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Pakistan Telecommunication Company limited (PTCL), country’s biggest and largest Information and Communications Technology service provider has once again made headlines by unleashing nation’s inaugural 4G LTE tablet under the name of ‘CharJi EVO Tab’. The tablet is an impressive combination of thinness and robust Dual-SIM CharJi EVO device which delivers incredible performance and great value for money with its blazing-speed LTE speed upto 36 Mbps.

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Furthermore, it also empowers users with smooth voice connectivity via any GSM SIM similar to a cellular phone.

PTCL, EVP for Wireline Business, Omar Khalid quoted on this auspicious occasion as, “PTCL is famous for setting new trends and high standards with its cutting-edge products and services in a bid to cater the increasing connectivity appetite of users in Pakistan. Our CharJi and EVO product range is exploring new avenues of the technological world and plethora of opportunities for subscribers’ with the provision of agile, affordable and dependable data connectivity.”

The new tab, which is currently priced at whopping Rs. 25,000, enables customers to get the best of their multimedia exposure via its extra-large 6.98 inch wide display panel, a RAM of 2 GB and a powerful Quad Core processor. The tab also features a Capacitive (Glass) 5-Point multi-touch glass, a default system capacity of 16 GB and 64 GB external memory support. A duo of shooting sensors worth of 8MP and 2MP sits on front and rear side of the tablet.

PTCL is providing 5 GB CharJi LTE data bundle along with 15,000 Ufone on-net minutes free of cost. This offer is valid for 3 months and a free 1 Year subscription of Smart TV application with the tab is also applicable. Another great feature which will make the deal more tempting is the inclusion of Sygic application, a turn-by-turn voice guided navigation nationwide along with a charger free of cost.

The high-speed CharJi LTE is Pakistan’s finest and fastest wireless broadband network which currently holds its footprints in Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan, Islamabad and Rawalpindi, whereas its popular 3G EVO is works in over 250 cities and towns all over Pakistan.

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