PTCL Unveils New Range of Charji EVO Devices
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), country’s leading ICT services provider, has launched a new range of devices and data packages for its high-speed CharJi EVO wireless broadband customers.
The new CharJi EVO devices offers superior user experience with high speed internet and flexibility to customers through economical monthly packages and reduced upfront device cost.[blockquote cite=”Adnan Shahid, Chief Commercial Officer PTCL”] PTCL firmly believes that high quality wireless broadband is a catalyst for socio-economic growth of the country and that it should be accessible to everyone at affordable prices. This high speed, broad reach wireless connectivity by PTCL opens up a serious set of future possibilities for both business and entertainment markets, transforming the way people access internet.
[/blockquote] The offer includes introduction of CharJi Wingle device as well as new CharJi Cloud device. All the devices are available at affordable monthly packages ranging from as low as Rs. 1800 per month for 20GB to Rs 6000 for unlimited volumes. [blockquote cite=”Omer Khalid, Executive Vice President (EVP), Wireless Business PTCL”] CharJi EVO is the largest and most advanced wireless broadband network in the country and with the new devices, we aim to provide high-speed connectivity, create value and empower our customers to achieve more. PTCL was the first company in Pakistan to offer Mifi devices (Wingle & Cloud) to its customers, as early as 2011. The company has more than one million wireless broadband subscribers on these devices across the country.
[/blockquote] CharJi Cloud is now available for Rs. 3,500 only, while the upfront cost of new CharJi Wingle is Rs 2500. Both the devices connect 10 WiFi enabled devices simultaneously and also provide MicroSD Card sharing over the web. Customers can simply access the SD card by typing in an IP address in their web browser to remotely access storage on their devices.
PTCL CharJi EVO provides wireless internet speeds of up to 36 Mbps, enabling customers’ to access high-bandwidth content.