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Telenor and EPD, Punjab organized “Global Countdown” game

Telenor Pakistan is taking initiatives to optimize youth development. Recently it renewed its accord with Environment Protection Department (EPD), Punjab to carry on with the “Global Countdown” game organized at…


Indian Govt asked Telenor to submit clearance certificate for Pakistanis

Business standard report says that Indian Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) has added a new rule to its book which states that any official who is working in Pakistan will…


Telenor Pakistan changed the international dialing pulse to 30 seconds

Telenor, one of the leading cellular operators has decided to change the international dialing pulse to 1 minute instead of 30 seconds. This change in the dialing time length will…


Telenor Pakistan demands price cut in 3G auction

Telenor Pakistan is demanding the price cut in the auction of Third Generation (3G) technology as the new government has increased tax on telecom companies. “If considerable business regulations are…


Telenor offers LBC service for Karachi based customers

Telenor Pakistan brings a great offer for to its customers based in Karachi. The offer is an interesting Location Based Offer (LBC). Telelnor offers this new service for a charge…


Telenor under its Telenor Hum Qadam setups ICT lab for PSH

Telenor Pakistan under its Telenor Hum Qadam, has yet taken another initiative under its corporate responsibility by setting up ICT lab for the Pakistan Sweet Homes (PSH) orphanage in Islamabad….


Telenor Hum Qadam won the 7th CSR National Excellence Award

Telenor Pakistan,in 2011 launched a unique CR initiative called Telenor Hum Qadam in which nation wide staff of Telenor are to contribute a total of almost 50,000 paid working hours…

Telenor Pakistan Q4

Telenor Pakistan reported revenues of 22.78 billion in the Q4 of 2012

Telenor Pakistan has reported revenues of 22.78 billion Pak rupees (NOK 1,421 million) in the fourth quarter of 2012.The revenues of last quarter are up from 20.20 billion Pak rupees…