The Particular Communications Organisation (SCO) has purchased 4G companies to Shamshal village in Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B), the place folks beforehand needed to journey 5 hours to Hunza for communication and medical help.
Shamshal, a border village that connects Pakistan and China, is positioned 55 kilometers from the Karakoram Freeway. Its distance had made entry to facilities tough for the villagers.
The latest provision of web companies within the area linked the folks of Shamshal to the world and can profit college students who can now partake in distant studying and on-line schooling.
The SCO labored to convey civic services for folks of far-flung areas of G-B. Earlier, it put in Shifa telemedicine within the area, which helped join the area people with 6,000 docs throughout Pakistan. Locals can now avail medical help at house.
Final yr, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between the SCO and Zong Pakistan to hold out varied telecom tasks and actions in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) and G-B.
The MoU signing ceremony was attended by SCO Director-Common Main Common Shahid Siddique, Zong CEO Wang Hua, Zong Chief Technical Officer Lu Jianhui, and senior officers of SCO and Zong.
In keeping with a press launch, Zong will work in collaboration with the SCO, which is the most important and most outstanding telecom companies supplier in G-B, AJK, by way of its strategic actions.