PTA Extends Support to Sri Lankan Telecom Regulator for Implementation of Mobile Number Portability

Tech and Telecom

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has extended training and technical support to the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRCSL) for the successful implementation of Mobile Number Portability (MNP) in Sri Lanka.


ALSO READ

IMF Report Outlines How Pakistan Can Achieve SDGs by 2030


The Sri Lankan Regulator has planned to introduce MNP for mobile users in its country, and intends to follow the processes adopted by the PTA.

MNP is a service through which a cell phone user can change their network without changing their number. Pakistan was the first South Asian country to introduce this facility for its mobile users in 2007.


ALSO READ

SBP Makes Final Announcement About New Currency Notes This Eid


The PTA has conducted workshops on MNP and held consultations with the representatives of TRCSL regarding best practices and its related issues. The TRCSL has acknowledged the PTA’s support in replicating the MNP model in Sri Lanka. The PTA appreciates the acknowledgment which is reflective of the strong cooperation of the two regulators.

You May Also Like

Oppo F19 Pro Crystal Silver Limited Eid Edition Now Available for Preorders
Getz Pharma Enters Into A Joint Venture With Tabba Heart

Tech & Telecom

Business

Education