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Telenor Pakistan Engages Industry Experts For Alternate Distribution Channel

Telenor Pakistan has engaged a team of industry experts to lead its Alternate Distribution Channel (ADC) in exploring and acquiring partnerships with potential digital platforms in banking, e-commerce, and top-up retail apps.

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Leading the developments in the digital ecosystem in the country, Telenor Pakistan has engaged a team of industry experts to lead its Alternate Distribution Channel (ADC) in exploring and acquiring partnerships with potential digital platforms in banking, e-commerce, and top-up retail apps.

These digital platforms are categorized into banking, top-up sale through retail apps, and e-commerce. Ecommerce offers businesses a whole range of opportunities, from marketing opportunities to increase your product ranges to generating more sales, and with an optimized and well-developed website you can not only achieve these goals but also offer your customers around the clock, convenient service, that can boost your business. In this regard, Telenor Pakistan has managed to create partnerships with seven companies, namely, Grocer, Saveyour, Winstore, Youwe, Carlcare, Angle, and Tapmad. These business partners include Retailo, Jugnu, Digikhata, Pak retailers, Red retail, M-Khata, Opay, and Credit book.

High-quality internet access opens new opportunities to build new businesses. Wireless services around the world are being used to disintermediate credit card associations with mobile payments that are widely accepted by businesses around the world.

Alternative Distribution Channels employ a variety of business models to support direct connect agreements between supplier and distributor. These models offer the flexibility to accommodate corporate or leisure travel, traditional or Web-based technologies, and support the paperless environment.

Telenor Pakistan

Telenor Pakistan Limited is the second-largest cellular & digital services provider in Pakistan owned by Telenor Group, which is an international provider of voice, data, content, and mobile communication services in 9 markets worldwide in Scandinavia and Asia.

With a subscribers base of over 36 million, it has a network of over 200,000 retailers, franchises, and support centers, thus providing means of livelihood to thousands of Pakistanis.

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