Saturday, March 20, 2010

Free balance for V-fone customers on activation

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has offered its customers a free balance of Rs 50 per month on acquiring a new V-fone connection. This offer will be valid for a period of three months.
This balance would be transferred on recharging any amount in to V-fone balance. This balance can be availed for on-net calls, SMS to any network and for Internet usage. The validity of the free balance would be for 30 days. Customers with zero balance in their account will not be able to avail our free balance offer, says a press release issued here on Friday.
Senior Executive Vice President (SEVP) Commercial, Naveed Saeed, has said, “PTCL is committed to develop systems and services that are customer-centric and customer-friendly. PTCL, V-fone has the largest WLL coverage in Pakistan which provides its customers with prepaid and post-paid facility for their convenience”.
EVP Commercial Planning, Syed Asim Ali said, “This offer is an added advantage for our existing customer friendly portfolio of the product. Our customers can avail unlimited phone calls on V-V & V-PSTN in Family & Un-limited packages, high speed Internet with CDMA technology and SMS to all networks at affordable rates”.
V-fone services can be ordered / availed from PTCL One Stop Shops, Customers Services Centers and franchises or by calling their toll free number 0800 8 0800. (Press Release)

National Industrial Relations Commission restrains NBP union official from unlawful activities

The Chairman, National Industrial Relations Commission (NIRC) vide its Order dated 16th March 2010 has stopped Syed Jehangir, President , NBP Employees Front, Head Office (CBA) from exhibiting banners & posters which are defamatory in nature and also from forcefully entering into the offices of senior Bank officials with a view to pressurize and overawe them. Restraining orders have also been issued directing the union official to refrain from creating law and order situation in the Bank. Both the parties will abide by the Court Orders.
Inspector General Police (Sindh) has also been directed by the learned Court to ensure that no law and order situation takes place in this respect.