Following is the text of press release issued by
A study sponsored by
According to the study, the country scored 2.09 out of 10, ranking 25 out of the 26 developing telecom markets in mobile broadband connectivity.
For measuring the score, the study titled Â€˛Connectivity Scorecard 2013Â€ÿ took into account key criteria such as consumer infrastructure, consumer usage and skills, business infrastructure and business usage and skills, public sector infrastructure and public sector usage and skills, to measure the level of mobile broadband connectivity in
The study results were shared today at NokiaÂ€ÿs "Connected Pakistan - 3G, 4G Perspectives" conference, held in
As the worldÂ€ÿs specialist in mobile broadband, we are committed to providing operators in
The number of WCDMA subscriptions in
It also forecasts that the adoption of 4G will be more modest than for 3G for the foreseeable future, with the number of LTE subscriptions in
The government is committed to enabling the operators to take the mobile broadband subscription base to a new high.
Together with players such as
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