Today, a team from Starlink, a US-based global satellite broadband provider, including Ryan Goodnight, Director Middle East & Asia, and Ben Macwilliam, Head of Global Site Acquisition, made a special trip to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) headquarters in Islamabad.

Also Read: Instagram enhances teen safety policies

They conferred with Maj General Amir Azeem Bajwa (Retired), Chairman of the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority, and the Executive Director of the Frequency Allocation Board.

The two parties addressed the deployment of satellite broadband services in Pakistan as well as Starlink’s future goals for linking Pakistan to their worldwide network during the discussion.

Read More: Xenobots can now reproduce as per scientists

Chairman PTA briefed Starlink officials on the Prime Minister’s vision for Digital and virtual Pakistan and the opportunities for excellent broadband internet in Pakistan’s developing market. He informed Starlink’s officials that PTA would help them in accordance with Pakistan’s legislative structure for Starlink’s operations.

Previous articleBhang policy to be enacted by Pakistan’s govt
Next articleE-11 Islamabad harassment case, court seeks more time