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PTCL Offers Free WiFi throughout Islamabad, Rawalpindi

PTCL Offers Free WiFi on all Islamabad-Rawalpindi metro buses and throughout all bus stations on the route, a note available on PTCL website said.

PTCL Offers Free WiFi
PTCL Offers Free WiFi throughout Islamabad, Rawalpindi

Website said that free internet will be offered through WiFi and anyone travelling through recently inaugurated Islamabad-Rawalpindi metro service will be able to use the service.

Given that a huge number of travellers — almost 40,000 of them per day — make it through metro-buses, maintaining the quality of Free WiFi is going to be a challenging task for PTCL.

PTCL said that its entire free WiFi network is powered by Charji service.

Islamabad-Rawalpindi metro bus service was recently inaugurated and it is expected to transport more than 40,000 passengers per day.

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