Telenor Pakistan collaborates with TPL Trakker to provide its customers with precise navigation solutions via MyTelenor App.
In another effort to bring greater ease to its customers, Telenor Pakistan has partnered with TPL Trakker, Pakistan’s leading IoTCompany providing tracking, telematics, and location-based services & solutions. Through this collaboration, Telenor Pakistan’s customers will be able to use detailed, local maps for navigation via the MyTelenor App.
The new app update has been specially mapped for Pakistan to chart out accurate local routes and help MyTelenor app users navigate through enriched and densely populated areas. The update also offers features like comprehensive search, location details, the option to add new locations as well as routing to a location, all within the app.
“The future of accelerated digitalisation is based on strategic partnerships and our latest collaboration with TPL Trakker is a step forward to bring a precise navigation solution to MyTelenor App users” said Umair Mohsin, Chief Marketing Officer Telenor Pakistan at the signing ceremony. “We are enabling our customers through a very enriched and digitally cohesive experience on MyTelenor App and we aim to continue building on it” he added.
Earlier this year, Telenor Pakistan introduced the ‘PIN IT’ feature that enables crowdsourcing information about timings of local stores, pharmacies and markets. Through integration of TPL Maps for navigation purposes, Telenor Pakistan is providing its customers a holistic experience of location-based services and solutions.
Speaking at the occasion, Sarwar Ali Khan, CEO, TPL Trakker said,
“We take pride in partnering with the country’s leading telecom and digital services provider. As a location data powerhouse and Pakistan’s first licensed digital mapping solution, TPL Trakker is perfectly positioned to meet Telenor’s need of localized and accurate maps for their customer base.”
To download My Telenor App and to check Map, please follow the link: https://telenor.page.link/TelenorMaps