PTA and BlackBerry users …

I just fail to understand why the PTA consistently wants to strangle the general internet using population in any way. Firstly, the abuse the ruling of the Lahore High Court, and take on not just Facebook, but also YouTube, Flickr and for no reason Wikipedia too.

Firstly, strictly speaking, the decision of the LHC was utterly ridiculous. Period! Then the PTA like a band of lunatics just waiting for the signal to prey on the citizens, just do what they’ve wanted with a vengeance. Isn’t it supposed to “protect” the interests of the citizens of the country, against any service provider that falls under the regulations set out by the PTA? Then how the hell did they start abusing it? This sounds pretty much like the now Minister Incharge for IT and Telecoms, Mr Khosa, who isn’t worth a dime of good fortune to the industry at all, who says he will run the show as he wishes. What sort of crazy ass people have been put into positions that so badly need some people with brains, not brainless twits of the highest order!

Coming back to the main point, the one that I wanted to start off with any way for tonight is the issue of PTA unnecessarily blocking off BlackBerry users from accessing any kind of social networks and media. If they have any sense, they’d probably realize that firstly there is only a very thin number of BlackBerry service users, of which over 90% are pure business oriented users. Among their business may be, like for me, is to use social networks and media for pure business purpose. These twits are actually making things more miserable for us BlackBerry users who are willingly paying a premium for the quality and set of services that we have subscribed to. PTA has come up with absolutely no indication as to when they intend to take off this ridiculous “ban”.

For God’s sake, business users don’t have all the time in the world to hunt for blasphemous content. You have already created a whole lot of humdrum and unnecessary publicity with your so called assumption that Facebook lost so much. If you do think this is the truth, you better fix up your head and understand what you just did. And what is your approach to compensate me for ending up with just emails and chat on my handset? Are you, the officials of the PTA, going to compensate the public at large who are already facing a loss in their business thanks to the most demonic policies that you have come up with? In no way has the government done any good whatsoever in the last 2 years, all that has come of it and what we see clearly is loot and plunder. Just making the people pay more, so you can just grab what you can while you’re at it.

I, as a tax paying and law abiding citizen of this country demand an answer as to what gave you the right to restrict my access to a service I pay for, just because you pea-brained imbeciles couldn’t come up with something to work in favor of the people and to further subjugate an already heated issue? So tell me, in what way did you, the PTA, determine you have a just cause by blocking my access to do my legal business as per the laws of the country? What were you even thinking! Oh wait, you’re a pea-brain, you don’t think!

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8 responses to “PTA and BlackBerry users …

  1. Pingback: Tweets that mention PTA and BlackBerry users… « Nawaz's Blog… the experiment -- Topsy.com·

  2. I can’t believe that Pakistan has gone so backward. When I paid thousand of rupees to get my services, I had no idea about this. I seriously want them to take this ban away immediately, enough torturing.

    • Its not that bad, but it isn’t good either. There are ways to go around the trap, but then the service providers aren’t able to guarantee a good service when such restrictions are placed. In the end, the consumer has to bear the cost of such stupidities.

  3. I can't believe that Pakistan has gone so backward. When I paid thousand of rupees to get my services, I had no idea about this. I seriously want them to take this ban away immediately, enough torturing.

    • Its not that bad, but it isn't good either. There are ways to go around the trap, but then the service providers aren't able to guarantee a good service when such restrictions are placed. In the end, the consumer has to bear the cost of such stupidities.

  4. Have you tried the legal course? BIS was banned by an order of the Lahore High Court, PTA will not restore it in due course unless a High Court directs them to do so. If I was in your place I’d contact my lawyer and have him file a constitutional petition.

  5. Have you tried the legal course? BIS was banned by an order of the Lahore High Court, PTA will not restore it in due course unless a High Court directs them to do so. If I was in your place I'd contact my lawyer and have him file a constitutional petition.

  6. Join our group “Restore BlackBerry Internet Services (BIS) in Pakistan” as linked here: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_160879060609336&ap=1

    I have already managed to recruit all-time greats like Dr. Awab Alvi a.k.a. TeethMaestro and Sir Aly Balagamwala a.k.a. DiscoMaulvi to advocate and endorse this cause. For the first time in the past one year, we’re going to have a forum where we publicly discuss the ongoing BlackBerry ban and its disastrous long-term repercussions in the Telco health.

    Now the question is, are you in?…

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