National Telecommunication Corporation (NTC) has launched a new application called ‘GoSmart’ to facilitate subscribers to use their landline number through their mobile phones.
NTC Introduces ‘GoSmart’ Mobile App to Facilitate NTC Customers
Information Technology and Telecommunications Secretary Azmat Ali Ranjha, who launched this facility, has said over the past two decades, NTC has grown significantly from minimal infrastructure inherited and now it stretches across the country.
He also revealed that NTC has developed the capacity to provide reliable services involving high speed broadband to its customers.
“However I expect NTC to further diversify it service portfolio and enhance its delivery capabilities so that customers satisfaction and confidence is further strengthened”.
The NTC has already started IP migration which is a notable initiative along with projects for physical extension of fibre optic network. NTC’s role in the under execution CPEC allied telecommunication projects is also essential and of great strategic importance, he highlighted.
“I expect that NTC will continue to focus on improving its services by adopting cutting edge communication technologies that will help the corporation to meet the expectation of its customers in a private sector dominated, deregulated environment.”
He further added.
In his remarks, NTC Chairman Brigadier (r) Viqar Rashid Khan said the new application has been launched in partnership with LMKT (Pvt) Ltd.
He said that the application will assist government customers to use their landline number through their mobile phones using WiFi/4G/3G Media. He further added that NTC is the first organisation to use this application in Pakistan for its customers, which will also boost its revenue immensely.
The application will facilitate the user of landline numbers while on move, away from the office and residence. The chairman also esteemed the support from LMKT to make it probable to offer this added feature to its customers.
“We have now extended our networks and infrastructure to 87 major cities/towns.”
He further added that during past three years not only major development projects have been hostilely scheduled and magnificently implemented but competent environment have been generated through organisational modifications.