Mobile internet suspension in Pakistan causes telco revenue loss
The decision to suspend mobile internet services in Pakistan has had a very negative impact on the country’s economy, causing telecom companies to lose a lot of money, and affecting the government and people of Pakistan as well
Telcos suffer significant revenue loss due to mobile internet suspension
According to sources in the telecom industry, the suspension of mobile internet in Pakistan has resulted in a revenue loss of around Rs. 820 million for telecom companies, while the government has lost approximately Rs. 287 million in tax revenue.
Suspension of mobile internet services affects consumers who rely on digital apps
The suspension of mobile internet services in Pakistan has not only caused significant financial losses for telcos but also impacted the earnings of individuals who rely on digital apps like Careem, InDrive, and FoodPanda. Digital payments have also been affected, causing inconvenience to people. The authorities should take immediate action to resume data services to alleviate the widespread hardship caused by the suspension.
Consumers Also Suffer Losses Alongside Telcos from Mobile Internet Suspension in Pakistan. According to sources, customers who subscribe to daily data bundles are impacted as they are unable to activate these services during the suspension.
Jazz CEO expresses concerns over suspension of mobile internet services
Jazz CEO Aamir Ibrahim expressed his concerns regarding the recent suspension of mobile internet services in Pakistan, stating that shutting down the internet is not a solution to anything as it creates more problems than it solves. The suspension of mobile internet services has caused inconvenience and losses to both consumers and telecom companies. In particular, customers who subscribe to daily data bundles are on the losing side, as they are unable to activate these services during the suspension.
Mobile internet suspension impacts emergency services and productivity
The suspension of mobile internet services has impacted 125 million people in Pakistan for almost 24 hours, severely hindering emergency services and productivity. Aamir stressed that while the devastating effect on the economy is quantifiable, the inconvenience to people is incalculable. The suspension began on Tuesday following protests over the arrest of former prime minister Imran Khan and has affected mobile users in major cities including Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Karachi.
Service disruption reported on all leading mobile networks in Pakistan
Reports suggest that service disruption has been reported on all leading mobile networks in the country. The situation shows no signs of cooling off, and the prolonged suspension of mobile internet services has caused widespread frustration and anger among users.
Many people have expressed their concerns on social media, and some are even calling for a boycott of mobile network services until the issue is resolved.
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