Leading Saudi Arabian telecom infrastructure provider TAWAL has recently formally begun doing business in Pakistan.
The business purchased AWAL Telecom’s entire infrastructure from its stockholders along with 15,500 towers.
Recently, a high-level team led by Mr. Emmanuel Leonard, Chief International Officer, paid a gratitude visit to Syed Amin Ul Haque, Federal Minister for IT and Telecommunication, in his office.
The minister offered his congratulations to the business, expressed appreciation for TAWAL’s goals for Pakistan’s telecom industry, and pledged his complete support and collaboration.
Syed Amin Ul Haque expressed his happiness at learning that the business is committed to growing its network throughout Pakistan, with a focus on connecting with the unreached and disconnected people in remote locations.
“We hope that TAWAL would play an active role in providing avenues for foreign investment and job opportunities through present expansion of networks and for future networks like 5G and IBS.”
Mr. Emmanuel awarded a shield to the IT minister and addressed:
“TAWAL Group is really grateful for all the support of the MOITT to start its operation. We took the required license for installing mobile network towers in Pakistan. He said, TAWAL is in sync with the government policy of smartphones for everyone in Pakistan.”
At the meeting were Lead Corporate Affairs Col. (r) Syed Ahsan Gillani, Member Telecom Muhammad Omar Malik, Country GM Tawal Pakistan Mr. Juan Pablo Sanchez, Director Sales Tawal Mr. Mubeen-Ul-Hassan, and Additional Secretary Ms. Aisha Humera.