PTA helps Sri Lanka implement mobile number portability

Observer Report

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has extended training and technical support to TRCSL for the successful implementation of Mobile Number Portability (MNP) in Sri Lanka.

According to a press statement issued on Friday, Sri Lankan Regulator has planned to introduce MNP for mobile users in their country and intends to follow processes adopted by PTA.

MNP is a service through which a cell phone user can change his network without changing the number. Pakistan was the first country in South Asia to introduce this facility for its mobile users in 2007.

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