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A survey by Telenorasia revealed that 63 percent of Pakistani believe that mobile phones and mobile technology have positively improved their living conditions, employment and skills.

According to a report published in Dawn newspaper, a report based on more than 8,000 mobile internet users in eight countries of South Asia and South East Asia observed that in the last 3 years, mobile phones and internet in workplaces or offices have increased. How is it affecting the normal lives of people?

To mark Telenorasia’s 25th anniversary, a report titled ‘Digital Life Decode’ was released, which analyzed how people in Asia are changing their daily lives using mobile phones in the post-Covid-19 era. Are you doing and adopting new civilizations?

The study was conducted in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

The head of Telenor Asia, Jørgen C Arentz Rostrup, said in a statement that the study cites growth, productivity, and economic opportunities in mobile connectivity and that they are attempting to determine whether citizens are using the technology and how it is being used by rural populations, large companies, SMEs, industries, and executives.

In addition to mobile phones being used as a source of income, half of the population in the survey believes that mobile phones have given them new jobs and income opportunities that were not available before Covid-19.

The study also shed light on the quality of life in which people believed mobile phones provided income and employment and positively impacted their quality of life.

Half of the people in the survey believed that using mobile for work helps to improve their quality of life. In contrast, 46 percent of people in Pakistan believe that mobile technology has positively changed their quality of life. 44 percent of women believe mobile technology has given them new job opportunities.

However, people are also concerned about how they can keep their skills updated with technology.

Speaking on the importance of workplaces, Irfan Wahab Khan, Chief Executive Officer of Telenor Pakistan, said that this is an important moment for businesses as companies worldwide are adopting new ways of working.

According to the study, 8 out of 10 respondents believe mobile technology has increased efficiency and effectiveness. In contrast, more than half believe their performance and development have increased by 20 percent. 

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