if wrote:DNO and ISP normally blame PTCL because of it's monoply.... but Now after deregulation why they are not investing... before this they (DNO and ISP) offered large scale investment after the deregulation policy... but where their offers are... where they go???
there is flag. their rates are cheaper than ptcl's. they may not be locally owned, but they're competition.
i hope you're not talking about the recent deregulation. if you read the text, there's really not much in there about data communication; it's about voice calls. and even if it did apply to data communication, whoever set up a company has to pay $500,000 for the license plus put up a $10,000,000 (that's right, count those zeros) bond. they also have to own 100% of their network within 5 or so years of operation (ie, can't use ptcl's fiber links). how many isps do you know that have that kind of money sitting around? $10.5 million -- and that's not counting the cost of the equipment, or payroll.
But now there is not PTCL who to be blamed... now i see... that these people (DNO and ISP) are need to be blamed for nothing they do for this country and people... because they need deregulation of Telecommunication and Internet sector and Government did for them and for the future and betterness of this country....
let me ask you this: can you set up a two-directional satellite-based isp? no. so, what's been deregulated, really? flag's link ends at karachi; flag uses (or has to use, depending on how you look at it) ptcl's network to get to lhe or isb.
Now i request them... to come infront and purchase Large Bandwith for u'r bussiness... and also improve the rates of Internet (Dialup is approx. free in most of country) and come up... with more security policy and with technical team who can handle the DoS and DDoS and other attacks... so we can see... what u ppl said in Past is a TRUTH and also prove that PTCL is fact didn't perform well in past....
what planet are you living on? don't you have dsl providers in your area? last i checked, ptcl isn't offering dsl. isn't that proof that isps are doing something?