PTA starts accepting applications for LPWAN license

TechnologyPTA starts accepting applications for LPWAN license

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: To proliferate the usage of Internet of Things (IoTs) in Pakistan, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has started accepting applications for “Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN)” license.

This license shall be valid for a term of five years. The applicants for the license will have to provide a letter of application, and CNIC along with other relevant details/documents.

   

The complete list of information and requirements is available at: https://www.pta.gov.pk/en/industry-support/home/iot-lpwan-license-090522

This is in pursuance to the Rolling Spectrum Strategy 2020-2023 issued by the government of Pakistan, and to facilitate the introduction of futuristic technologies through automation in different industries.

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