Technology continues to shape lives globally with cellular companies playing the role of a catalyst in increasing its access to the masses. Smartphones, with an active internet connection, have emerged as the key vehicle to extend the benefits of technology in an increasingly digital world.

In Pakistan too, telcos are playing a major role in democratizing life-enhancing digital solutions amid what can be best described as the ICT-led digital transformation. From affordable hardware to tailored services and solutions, these cellular operators are moving fast to closing the digital inclusion divide in Pakistan while capturing a bigger user base.

Jazz, for one, has pivoted itself from a legacy mobile operator to an integrated digital company over the past few years, equipping users with innovative solutions. It is the largest telecom company with over 70 million cellular and 39 million 3G/4G subscribers.

To find out what the company does apart from its core business of connectivity, and where its focus lies for the future, ProPakistani sat down with Aamer Ejaz, Chief Digital & Strategy Officer at Jazz, who is furthering the company’s digital strategy and operations.

Here’s how the conversation went.

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