Downgrade PTCL services to Protest Internet Blockages

As we all know PTCL is blatantly blocking Pakistan's internet traffic to save their bandwidth so they can make more $$$
I am not talking about YouTube but other blockages such as VPN's, XBOX Live, PlayStation network, Gameranger, there is huge list..
THEY ARE BLOCKING WEBSITES ON THEIR OWN, THERE IS NO INSTRUCTION FROM THE PAKISTAN TELECOMMUNICATION AUTHORITY (PTA)
For e.g.
1. VPN - all the free and paid vpns are blocked
2. Slow Internet speed and ping times due to their shitty filtering at their data centers
3. Many WEBSITES and IPS are blocked without reason affecting both businesses and casual internet users.
4. Proxy websites blocked
5. Ping response timeouts on international IPS (ping breaking)
This is just a small list, there are many other things that are being blocked on daily basis.
I request everyone of you to Downgrade your Internet Package as a protest against unlawful internet blockages/filtration. If downgrading is not an option then at least SPREAD THE WORD otherwise there will be more blockages in future.
Also, PTCL is doing business through false advertising/slogans
1. PTCL EVO SCAM (selling unlimited bandwidth devices and putting unannounced LIMITS afterwards)
2. Upgrading People's DSL connection without their consent and then billing extra amount.
I felt the need to create this thread because the greed of PTCL has gone to extreme. An action from us (users) has to be taken or its too late.

I appreciate your suggestions but I doubt these steps will change anything, rather they will only make the user's plight more disconcerting .

One way to fight it is to raise hue and cry about it in the media. Write letters to Dawn, Nation and the News. Post protest messages to their FB and Twitter pages. Make posts on social media.

Or switch to alternative ISPs like Nayatal.

Or combat it by finding even more newer and innovative ways of bypassing ;)

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Or switch to alternative ISPs like Nayatal.
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The issues exist with Nayatel too.

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The issues exist with Nayatel too.

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The VPNs and proxies as well? Then it is not PTCL but PTA. So OPs assumption;

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THEY ARE BLOCKING WEBSITES ON THEIR OWN, THERE IS NO INSTRUCTION FROM THE PAKISTAN TELECOMMUNICATION AUTHORITY (PTA)
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seems incorrect, and there is no point in downgrading the PTCL services.

If we hurt them financially they might respond to our protest. As far as I know PTA ordered ISPs to block SpotFlux and Hotspot shield no further blocking requests were given. Even if they did order blockages, they should make it transparent. It is quite funny that I reported multiple blasphemous websites on PTA email, they are still accessible. Despite of purchasing internet censorship software for "billions of rupees" (corruption involved obviously), they are still relying on keyword based blocking a.k.a blanket ban. The incompetency is present on both PTA and PTCL side. They are also running a telecom mafia so no competitor can take their place.

I don't think this will sort anything. We need a more solid solution to this madness. But I doubt any affected person will give a F in this country and they will continue to accept whatever comes and sit in the tiny homes with no air.

PTA is doing all this crap