Some of the Travelers’ Information is Being Leaked: PTA Admits


Some of the Travelers’ Information is Being Leaked: PTA Admits

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has admitted to the spilling of the individual information of travellers.

Advising the Senate Standing Committee on Information Technology, the PTA uncovered those movement operators and common flying workforce release the information of the travellers even before they achieve the portable enlistment counters.

The spilt passport and ID card number of the travellers are utilized to enlist cell phones in their name. When needing to enlist their cell phone at the air terminal, the travellers come to realize that there are cell phones are as of now enrolled in their names.

The travellers are will undoubtedly pay traditions obligation on cell phones. The PTA has been accepting several grumblings with respect. The PTA educated the board of trustees that the case has alluded to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).

The administration of Pakistan had before propelled the online enrollment framework with the assistance of Customs and PTA. The online enlistment framework ended up operational from February 15. The travellers are required to enter subtleties of their movement reports, visa and travel history to enrol their cell phones on the web. Essentially, one free telephone permitted to the travellers to bring to Pakistan can likewise be enrolled on the web.

Saba Ghani
Saba Ghani

Since 2017, Saba Ghani has been the chief content writer for Pakistan Tour and Travel & EMHI Solutions. She has a post-graduate degree in English Literature and has a keen interest in writing SEO friendly content/blogs/articles on different niche. Also, has an amazing ability to make the most complex topics easy to understand and presents tangible facts about Pakistan Tourism Industry to the world. You can also catch her at social media accounts. Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest or write an email @

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