A Swiss Telecom Company ‘Global Message Services’ Likely to Enter Pakistan

The telecom sector of Pakistan has no doubt witnessed a phenomenal boom after the launch of 3G/4G services in the country. With around 140 million annual cellular subscribers, as per PTA report, Pakistan is a success story and it is further attracting international players to join its telecom market. Now A Swiss Telecom Company ‘Global Message Services’ Likely to Enter Pakistan. Global Message Services (GMS) AG is a telecommunication services provider based in Switzerland and is likely to enter Pakistan’s telecom market very soon.

A Swiss Telecom Company ‘Global Message Services’ Likely to Enter Pakistan

The CEO of GMS, Iurii Makeranko has recently visited Pakistan in order to explore the business opportunities specially in the banking and payment sector. He aimed to held B2B meetings with the stakeholders in Pakistan’s telecom industry.

About GMS:

GMS is a global telecommunications company and network operator which specializes in SMS- and MMS- services, mobile marketing, and business Information Technology (IT) solutions. GMS was founded in 2006, is a GSMA associate member, a licensed telecommunications operator in Ukraine and an approved telecommunication services provider in Switzerland.

The Chief Marketing Officer of GMS, Mr. Olga Velgus, responed to the media and said that:

“During our visit, we had a chance not only to conduct business meetings, but also to savour the culture and hospitality of magnificent country (Pakistan). We returned with a wonderful impression and hope to deepen our knowledge and reinforce the positive impressions in future visits.”

Whereas, Velgus kept the other details of meetings confidential.

GMS, through its cutting edge technology and service coverage in more than 200 countries, provide receipt and delivery of personal and bulk messages to any destination worldwide in just milliseconds.

GMS entry in Pakistan will definitely help the digital payment system to grow in coming days. Let’s see what we hear from the regulatory watchdog, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) about the entry of this new player in Pakistan.

Source: Daily Times

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