Islamabad:- Amidst the current emergency situation the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has officially announced free on-net calling facility for people stranded in the areas of Murree and Galliat.
According to the Press Release, mobile phone users with zero balance will still be able to make free on-net calls as the cellular mobile operators have extended free calling facility on their own network to users on the directions of PTA. The users were suggested to contact their concerned operators for more details in this regard.
PTA stated, “In view of emergency situation in Murree and Galliat areas, mobile phone users, currently present in these areas with no balance, have immediately been provided with free on-net calling facility.”
Adding that, “On the directions of PTA, cellular mobile operators have extended free calling facility on their own network to users, with zero balance, stranded in Galliat areas. Users may contact their concerned operators for more info.”
The authority also emphasized over providing uninterrupted services to users, considering the situation of chaos in the area.
“Moreover, PTA has also directed all telecom operators to ensure uninterrupted services to users and keep enough backup arrangements in case of power outages,” said PTA.
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