A telecom engineering student from a small village in the northern Pakistani province of Paktia was just starting out when he got the idea to start his own company.
“I remember one day I was walking through the market and I saw an advertisement for a phone company and I was like, ‘Who would be interested in such a thing?'”
Poonah, now 20, told Business Insider.
Poonah had been studying at a local college when he decided to start a company called Telenet, and he said it was a natural choice to take on the company’s project, because he knew there was a market for telecom engineers.
As a telecom engineer, Poonahs job required him to work with the telecom operators, but he was also able to work remotely and with his colleagues.
“I was given access to the internet so I could work with remote engineers,” he said.
That remote working proved to be a blessing in disguise.
Poonh was able to take the technology and ideas of the internet and apply them to his work.
“For example, I was able with the help of the remote team to develop the app that allows users to download and upload files on the internet,” he explained.
While Poonagh’s team at Telenut developed an app that lets users upload and download files, the team also developed a remote app to make it easier for customers to access their accounts online.
To do this, they used an app called Telerik that is used by some Indian banks and other telecom companies.
Tellerik allows users of some telecoms companies to create accounts and transfer money.
The app also allows customers to manage their accounts remotely.
The Telerkis app, called Telarik, allows users, for example, to download an app from the App Store or Google Play.
Poons team was able, in turn, to develop a remote application that allows remote users to manage accounts remotely, Poons said.
Poonaghs remote team also helped to develop remote banking tools that allow users to access funds on their mobile devices.
Pons team also worked on remote mobile banking applications that enable customers to send money between mobile and their bank accounts remotely through the app.
After Poonakhs team completed its remote banking app, he began working on his own app called Locker.
Locker allows users who have been disconnected from their mobile phone to access accounts on their computers.
Poons app, Locker, is used in the Indian mobile banking industry.
Pronagh said he found the app a very useful app that allowed customers to transfer money on their smartphones.
For Poonachs team at Teleenet to have success, it needed to attract more and more users, and Poonchs app was able provide that.
“People from other villages in Paktistan wanted to have a phone that could access the internet as well and they wanted to use it as a remote banking service,” Poonahi said.
“We were able to offer remote banking services for that too.
Poonakh’s team was also a big help to develop Telerikk’s remote banking application.”
The Telers app, Pronak, was the first application that Poonas team developed to allow remote users access to their bank account.
As part of its remote bank service, Teleenut also developed an online portal called Tellerik, which allows customers who have not been connected to their mobile phones to access bank accounts and funds remotely through Telerkk.
Pona, who now works for Teleenuts parent company, T-Mobile, said that as a young boy, Ponah was fascinated by computers and technology, so he wanted to help out his uncle with some of the technology projects.
But that interest in computers didn’t end with that.
Ponakhs app, Telerick, allowed customers of his uncle’s business, which was located in a small town in the Paktian province of Balochistan, to transfer funds remotely using Telerink.
It also allowed the family to connect to the local computer network and remotely access the money in their account.
Ponah and Ponaa, both now 20 years old, say that in their youth, they had to learn how to read computers and software.
“We used to spend all our time on computers,” Pona said.
“When I was younger, I used to work at my uncle’s computer shop, and we used to go to his office to work on computers.”
Poonach’s uncle, who is also a telecommunications engineer, was also passionate about the technology that was used to run his business, Pona explained.
Pona said he was a regular customer of his nephews computer shop.
While Pona and Pona were both in their teens at the time,