Three Mobile Companies Get Audio Service Licenses

Three mobile phone companies have reportedly been issued with Mobile Audio (content provision) Service Licenses, which would enable the mobile phone subscribers to receive audio service on their sets.

The decision was taken in a meeting of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) held on Friday.

The companies that have received licenses are M/S Cellvision (Mobilink), M/S Jafcom (Telenor) and M/S Evamp and Sanga (Ufone).

The meeting was also attended by President, Pakistan Broadcasters Association (PBA) Syed Sarfraz Shah, on the request of PEMRA.

Via Daily Times


  • WTF is wrong with your info: do you just copy and paste? (plagerise?)

    Mobilink = M/S Pakistan Mobile Communications Limited

    Ufone = M/S Pakistan Telecommunications Mobile Limited

    you names are unheard of, have these changed their names?

  • Googling these names don’t help much. Celllcom’s into some cellular networking business. Jafcom is into some satellite business. Dunno about Evamp and Sanga.

    It’s wise to not copy-paste.

    I did see Evamp and Sanga has a CEO (i.e. it’s a separate entity) but haven’t found its site. _MAYBE_ they’re partnering with the telcos – MAYBE

    • Voice mail service is already available in Pakistan…. I think it would be like india’s airtel service that records TV Program. I think so..

  • Well Hope the Standard of service in these three companies is uplifted by this new addition

  • These Three Companies will now drive other two companies to acquire the same liscence

  • Cellvision, Jafcom, and Evamp Saanga are all Value Added Services companies in Pakistan. They are the companies that may get the licenses for relaying TV and Radio broadcasts onto the mobile networks. These companies provide IT services to the mobile industry that include all the big IVR services and other SMS, WAP services.

    I’m guessing that mobile operators were either not interested in applying for these licenses directly or they didn’t do it because they dont run these services themselves, they get these companies to setup these services.


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