A rapid growth of 3G and 4G subscribers’ to 47 million:
It’s good news or alarming that the 3g and 4g subscribers are increasing rapidly in Pakistan? Well, putting this question aside because it depends on the subscriber how he or she uses the internet or 3g/4g, we will discuss the ratio and percentage of 3g and 4g subscribers.
According to the study of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, they said Pakistan’s network users has increased rapidity in the month of November.
According to the data released by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), they said that the Teledensity in Pakistan is increasing steadily day by day with a rapid increase in 3G and 4G users.
They said that the 3G and 4G subscribers reached to 47.2 million by the end of November 207 from 46.5 million at October end.
Moreover, they said that the number of mobile phone users in Pakistan crossed 3.34 million by the end of November from 142.40 million in October which means it is increased 0.66 percent in just one month.
The subscribers of mobile broadband reached to 47.2 million in November which was 46.5 in October according to Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA).
They showed the record of all networks running in Pakistan. Among the individual companies, the subscribers of jazz 3G rosed from 13.9 million to 14.1 million.
The decreased number was in October which was increased in November. The LTE subscribers reached 1.7 million in November that was 1.5 million in the previous month.
Showing the record of Zong 3G subscribers that increased from 8.9 million in October to 9.02 million in November. With the growth of 3G subscribers, there is also the growth of increasing the subscribers of 4G subscribers that grew from 4.7 million to 4.8 million.
As you may heard last month about Telenor company that their 3G subscribers decreased to 10.5 million in November from 10.6 million in the previous month but the good news is their 4G users rose to 1.3 million from 1.16 million in the month of November.
While the details of Ufone its 3G subscribers remain static which means it neither decreased nor increased from 5.5 million in November 2017.