Monday, May 18, 2009

CE of Zong praises government's role in telecom

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KARACHI : In a message on the occasion of the World Telecom Day, the chief executive of the Zong, Qian Li, has lauded the role of the Government of Pakistan and the PTA in development and the growth of Pakistan's telecom industry.
He said that the day carries added significance as 17th May has been identified to be celebrated as the 'World Telecommunication and Information Society Day' by the International Telecommunication Union with its theme, 'Protecting Children in Cyberspace'.
This theme aims at ensuring that children can safely access the Internet and its valuable resources without fear of falling prey to unscrupulous predators in cyberspace. In his message, Qian Li, further pointed out that all of us need to contribute positively towards promoting the objectives behind this year's theme for our future generations.
Given the rapidly developing nexus of cellular technology with the Internet and full internet capability on cell-phones already a reality, Zong is fully committed to make its contribution to this cause, he added.
'Thus while we take this opportunity to extend our greetings to all our customers on the occasion of the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, we would also like to assure them that Zong will take all necessary measures to safeguard the security of networks and protect children in cyberspace', Qian Li added.
'We are, therefore, determined to develop cellular products that benefit society in terms of improving efficiencies, promoting positive values and making life more enjoyable. Challenges exist but all of us - parents, policymakers, practitioners and the civil society in general, need to contribute to create an Internet environment in which our children are able to safely play, learn and grow in cyberspace', remarked Qian Li.It was pointed out that Zong has so far invested US $1.66 billion in Pakistan and has generated more than 2,000 direct and over 40,000 indirect jobs in the country.

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