From the Dawn article:
The government on Thursday formally allowed the management of the Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) to lay off more than 29,000 employees under its Rs17 billion voluntary separation scheme (VSS).
Though it appears to be a good deal (for both PTCL and the employees), just the thought of such a large number of people looking for work elsewhere is intimidating. 29,000+ is a pretty huge number, even compared to the world’s largest companies.
It also isn’t clear yet if this will improve PTCL’s services or cause their top talent to leave for greener pastures and leave the giant in an even worse shape. A revamp is definitely required, but most of the recent steps taken by PTCL haven’t done much to improve things.
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MY NAME IS SAMIN JAN & I FROM CHARSADDA, ONE DAY I SEARCH PTCL WEBSITE SO THAT FORM IS APPEARED & I AM FILL IT FOR ANY JOB, I AM STUDING IN BA.
Hi, i m Tahir Bashir from Lahore, Pakistan.
Very good site. Thank you!!!
PTCL have very very bad department on there help services specialy 111-466-466, 111-465-465, and 18 also in there exchange specially in Guldasht-Town Lahore exchange there they have bad connecting devices.
even the current flow in telephone wire is not good, which cause the reason of bad connectivity in internet services, voice problem etc.
this era is of internet is important then any phone service but even after 1 year PTCL is failed to launch DSL in Tajpura Housing Scheme Lahore connected with guldasht town exchange.
Exchange Need To Be Upgrade in very few days as soon as possible.
They should have to launch DSL in Tajpura Housing Scheme Lahore Cantt.