On Friday, LMKT Private Limited and National Telecom Corporation signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to offer value added services (VAS) to NTC customers.
LMKT Signs MoU with NTC to Offer Value Added Services
Shabana Atif Khan, Chief Executive Officer LMKT, said,
“LMKT is committed to provide latest technology and products to our clients, especially in the telecommunication industry. This MoU is a continuation of LMKT’s commitment to automation by introducing latest technologies to improve inefficiencies. We are delighted to see the progress NTC has made in the past two years and their resolve to develop partnerships with private sector to introduce innovative and effective services for the Government. This is definitely a positive step in the right direction. We keenly look forward to this venture with NTC and hope to deliver the best of services.”
Viqar Rashid Khan, Chairman NTC, said,
“NTC is fully committed to continuously introduce new and innovative services to its customers while ensuring highest quality of services and security. This partnership will bring convenience of mobility for our fixed-line users.”
In January 1996, Government of Pakistan established NTC under the Telecom Reorganization Act 1996 for ICT facilities to the officials of Government of Pakistan. NTC is incessantly struggling to assist its customers with vast variation of quality ICT services while keeping itself well-informed with the recent technologies and market trends. It has played an important role for endowment of intranet connectivity in E-office Suit, being executed in all federal Ministries and divisions.