Sindh govt imposes 19.5% sales tax on internet and broadband services

Faisal Saeed • July 26, 2019

Sindh Education Department’s IT System is down and the entire database has been erased

Shaheryar Ehsan • May 28, 2019

Sindh govt plans to set up an Information Technology board just like Punjab’s PITB

Faisal Saeed • April 8, 2019

Supreme Court delivers written verdict on taxes charged on mobile services

Faisal Saeed • April 3, 2019

Governor Sindh launches digital complaint cell for public

Sajeel Syed • March 6, 2019

Sindh govt to launch smart card for vehicle registration in Karachi

Aqsa Khunshan • May 18, 2018
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Cellular Services suspended in Karachi due to Ashura, more cities to follow

TechJuice • September 29, 2017
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Government launches a website for stolen and lost mobile devices

Ali Raza • July 17, 2017
Nayatel, fiber to home broadband service with current operations in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, is expected to launch the service for the residents of Faisalabad, reports ProPakistani. The report further claims that the service will be officially launched on 15th of November 2016. Nayatel is Pakistani premiere Triple Play (Internet, Cable TV, Telephone) service provider bringing fiber straight to the premises of more than 30,000 homes and offices . The following areas and colonies are expected to be covered. * Kahuranwala till Shahkot on Lahore-Shiekhpura FSD Road. * Kahuranwala till Gourmet Factory on Jaranwala Road. * Gatwala Chowk till Nishat Abad Bridge on Lahore-Shiekhpura FSD Road. * Gatwala Chowk till Kashmir Bridge on Canal Road * Kashmir Road , Bibi Jan Road and 208-Chak Raod * Alfateh Garden * Alhamra Town * Faisal Garden * Forest Colony * Canal Garden * Green Village * Amir Town * Canal Park * VIP Canal Park * Heaven Habitat * Maryam Villas * Qamar Garden * Makkah Garden * Al-Qadir Garden * Raza Garden * Abdullah Garden * Naveed Garden * Raza Town * New Green Town * Faisal Town * Officers Colony No 2 With the recent expansion in Faisalabad, Nayatel will also work on to spread its wings in other cities of the country specially those surrounding Rawalpindi, Islamabad and now Faisalabad.

Sindh removes tax on internet, makes cuts to the tax on telecom services

Muneeb Ahmad • September 20, 2016