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In recent years, the telecom sector in Pakistan has undergone significant growth. This growth has been primarily driven by the introduction of 3G and 4G technology. These advancements have transformed the way people communicate and access the internet. The number of 3G/4G users in Pakistan has been steadily increasing alongside the rising number of mobile phone users. Presently, Pakistan boasts almost 125 million 3G/4G users, making it one of the largest markets for mobile internet services worldwide. In this article, we will delve into the reasons behind this growth, the growth of 3G/4G users in Pakistan, and the future of mobile internet services in the country.
According to data from the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), the number of 3G and 4G users in Pakistan rose by 0.69 million, reaching a total of 124.85 million by the end of March, up from 124.16 million at the end of February.
By the end of March, the number of cellular subscribers in Pakistan had increased from 193.85 million at the end of February to 194.12 million. Additionally, the end-March figures indicated that there was a rise in Monthly NGMS penetration. That had increased from 52.58 percent at the end of February to 52.79 percent. In summary, Pakistan experienced a modest increase in its cellular subscribers by the end of March, and the Monthly NGMS penetration saw a slight rise as well.
The broadband penetration rate increased from 53.92 percent at the end of February to March’s end. The cellular teledensity rate decreased slightly from 82.1 percent in February to 82.08 percent by the end of March. Similarly, the total teledensity rate decreased from 83.2 percent in February to 83.17 percent by the end of March.
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By the end of March, Jazz’s 3G user count had decreased from 4.736 million to 4.626 million, indicating a decline of 0.11 million. In contrast, Jazz’s 4G user count had increased from 42.544 million in February to 42.916 million in March.
By the end of February, Telenor had 2.980 million 3G subscribers, but by the end of March, this number had decreased to 2.939 million. Over the same period, the number of Telenor’s 4G users increased from 22.932 million to 22.996 million.
At the end of February, Ufone had 2.844 million 3G users. However, by the end of March, this number decreased to 2.811 million. In contrast, the number of Ufone’s 4G users increased from 11.925 million at the end of February to 12.170 million at the end of March. That indicates a growth of 0.245 million users during the same period.
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