Viber, Skype, Whatsapp and Tango Banned In Pakistan

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Recently these news are in air that Viber, Whatsapp, Skype and Tango might be banned in Pakistan. The dates from which this might be actually going to happen are also in air although these days are changing every day. We have no clue to what extent it is true. It is for the government to decide. Public is clueless regarding the benefit that is supposed to occur after banning these applications.

This fact however cannot be denied that these applications have certainly made distances shorter. Just having a Wi-Fi or GPRS connection gets these apps working. This was a very convenient means of communication across the globe. Manu important business dealings were happening through these apps all over the world. These apps gained peaks of popularity in no time. This was because of the user friendly nature and ease in accessibility to these apps. Every smart phone is becoming the hub of all these apps.

Viber, Skype, Whatsapp and Tango Banned In Pakistan

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Youtube has been banned in Pakistan for quite some time now. Has this banning brought any benefit to us? This question remains unanswered in everyone’s mind because you can open any video from hundreds and thousands of other links available. Why only Youtube was on the hit list? If the government wants terrorism to get under control then are a number of other basic measures that need to be taken into account before depriving the public of this luxury cum necessity.

No justification or reason can outsource the benefits these applications are providing. Think of those hundreds of student who have come to study to Pakistan from different parts of the world. This would be unfair with them if we snatch their means of getting connected to their families; not to forget that these students bring foreign currency to Pakistan are are a source of economic development.

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