A delegation from the Cable Operators Association of Pakistan (CAP) visited the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Headquarters to meet with Chairman PTA, Major General (R) Hafeez Ur Rehman.
The meeting primarily focused on regulatory matters and concerns related to the provision of internet services by cable operators in Pakistan.
During the meeting, Chairman PTA welcomed the delegation and attentively listened to their concerns. He highlighted that PTA is actively reviewing the existing Class Value Added Services (CVAS) License regime through a stakeholder consultation process.
This review aims to address issues associated with providing internet services, considering the evolving dynamics of the digital market and technological advancements.
Chairman PTA reaffirmed the authority’s commitment to supporting and facilitating the cable industry while adhering to legal regulations and parameters.
This meeting between the Cable Operators Association of Pakistan and PTA reflects the ongoing efforts to create a conducive regulatory environment for the provision of internet services in the country. It also underscores the importance of collaboration between stakeholders in the telecommunications and cable industry to meet the evolving needs of consumers and address regulatory challenges.