PTCL brings lowest International Call Rates
Islamabad (October 26, 2012) – In an unbeatable special offer, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has introduced lowest international call rates for its landline customers.
International calling has always been PTCL’s strength as no other voice operator in Pakistan can match PTCL’s international connectivity and voice quality. Building upon this strength we regularly decrease our International calling tariffs to facilitate our customers so that they can get connected with their loved ones all across the world at extremely affordable rates.
Now customers can call to 20 destinations (Fixed Only: UK, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Greece, Malaysia, Spain, Belgium, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Cyprus, South Korea, Taiwan
Fixed + Mobile: USA, China, Canada, Hong Kong) at economical rate of. Rs. 1.25/30 second
With this offer, PTCL customers can call at only Rs 1.25 per 30 seconds to over 20 international destinations. PTCL has decreased international calling tariffs to facilitate its customers so that they remain connected with their loved ones all across the world at most economical rates.
Being the largest telecommunication company in the country, international calling is one of PTCL’s strength as no other voice operator in Pakistan can match PTCL’s international connectivity and voice quality.
The extremely affordable call rates are applicable for Australia, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, UK, Canada, China, Hong Kong and USA.
“Leading from the front, PTCL is the only company providing a complete spectrum of voice and data communication services,” said PTCL Senior Executive Vice President (SEVP) Commercial, Naveed Saeed. “Now our customers can stay in touch with their family and friends without the worry of high call tariffs”.
“It’s our aim to make communication and connectivity as easy as possible for our customers,” said PTCL Executive Vice President (EVP) Wire-line, Aasif Inam.