PTCL and DJuice Are Having An Online Phadda And People Are Trying To Decide Who's Winning

By Hurmat Riaz | 6 Aug, 2017

This weekend hasn’t really been the most exciting one since the internet went down on Saturday making us feel like…well like we couldn’t get anything done. While some of us may have spent the weekend reading a book, watching an old movie or catching up with the family *they are nice people, btw*, PTCL was trying to defend itself on Twitter from haters.

So amidst all this internet meltdown, DJuice Pakistan ne moqa daikh kay chouka mara and started to make themselves look like the cool guys in town.

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And somewhere in between, called out PTCL. LOLOL.

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And DJuice customers joined in on the burning session.

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Apply cold water to the burned area.

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And replied to each tweet to keep their customers happy and loyal.

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Eventually, PTCL tried to get a word in and then things got interesting…

Ayen hayein, PTCL! Itna sass!

But DJuice didn’t just stop there.

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PTCL’s customers jumped in to defend their lovely *LOVELY* internet service provider.

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Zindabad?

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The dukh is strong in this one.

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This will never get old.

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Baat to sach hai magar baat hai ruswai kee.

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PTCL yaar, ab bohat ho gya. We want our nice internet connection back. We did enough sabar for a lifetime.

Source: Heyday Films
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