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Mobile number portability to be introduced in Pakistan
Contributed by: Dareecha, at 4/26/2005 03:10:00 PM.

The mobile phone subscribers would soon be able to keep their number intact while switching over to some other company, Minister for Information Technology Awais Ahmad Khan Leghari said Monday.

"Almost over 10 million mobile phone subscribers would benefit the Number Portability Clause to be operational by the end of current year," he said.

Any subscriber desirous of changing his current mobile phone company would be able to keep his current phone number intact despite change of company, he said.

Replying to a question he said quality of mobile phone operators would be improved within two months.

Replying to another question he said it was not possible for the PTCL to make local calls free of charge.

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