ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited encourages its customers to opt for eBilling, instead of receiving monthly paper bills, in its effort to help save the environment.
This initiative will, not only create awareness on preserving nature but, also gives customers an opportunity to contribute towards this cause.
On the occasion, Moqeem ul Haque, Chief Commercial Officer, PTCL, said, “PTCL, being a national company, takes its responsibility to reduce paper usage throughout our company, that can have a significant impact in going green. We strive to provide our customers with easy and convenient options like eBilling that is secure and saves time.”
The company has taken steps to ensure that numerous avenues are open for customers to opt for eBilling. Customers can subscribe online through the PTCL website at ptcl.com.pk/eBill and through the TouchApp (Android & iOS). They can also call on the PTCL helpline 1218, subscribe to eBilling and opt out of receiving paper bills. All new customers are now receiving only eBills.
Furthermore, customers can pay their bills without showing a paper bill using UPaisa. They only need to provide a telephone number with the area code.
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited is contributing towards saving the environment and a greener Pakistan.
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) is the largest integrated Information Communication Technology (ICT) Company of Pakistan. With a humble start from a telephone and telegraph department in 1947, it has evolved to offer latest digital and telecommunication technologies today. It acts as the communication backbone for the country with the largest fiber cable network that spans from Khyber to Karachi and submarine cables connecting Pakistan to the world. PTCL has been assigned initial long term entity rating of ‘AAA’ (Triple A) and short term rating of ‘A-1+’ (A-One Plus).