Take A Look at Who Wins When PTCL & Telenor Troll Each Other

PTCL is back for another round on Twitter, this time against Telenor’s djuice.

After the back and forth exchange between two famous ISPs a few days back, namely Nayatel and PTCL, djuice has also stepped in to join in on the fun. Seeing as how the two brands indulged in some good PR over social media, the temptation to get some punches in was too hard to resist for Telenor.

It all Started With the Recent Internet Outage

By now we all know what happened a few days back, when Pakistan had to suffer through slow internet over the weekend. Many irate customers took over social media to voice their frustration.

After PTCL and Nayatel had that funny Twitter exchange, Telenor’s djuice also jumped into the fray, playfully requesting them to use Telenor’s 3G/4G services to stream footage of their undersea cable repair:

PTCL responded in kind, bringing up the data limits that exist on bundles offered by djuice. Talk about being ‘unlimited’:

That wasn’t the end of it as djuice was unfazed by PTCL’s reply. It promply poked fun at the “temperamental” and unreliable nature of PTCL’s internet:

PTCL was quick to reply:

It seemed like the tweet showdown for go on for quite a while with djuice pointing out PTCL’s “unlimited” excuses:

Data limits hurt, or do they? PTCL and djuice continued to duke it out over social media:

djuice finally brought the tweet war to an end with an epic burn:

Pakistani social media users sure did enjoy the latest from some of the biggest telecom companies in Pakistan. Even the brands are finally waking up to the fact that social media handles should be more than just boring official accounts. Perhaps indulging in some good old-fashioned banter over Twitter should be part of their job description now.

They do say there’s no such thing as bad publicity. So I wonder who else will try to join this epic Twitter feud.

Just in case if you are wondering, Bramerz was behind PTCL’s twitter handle.

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