Zong provides lowest international calling rates for 12 destinationsMarch 1, 2015
KARACHI: Zong, Pakistan’s No.1 and only 3G + 4G network has ventured into yet another territory to provide excellent services to its valued customers. By offering very attractive international calling rates, it has now become the operator providing the lowest ever international calling rates across all operators. Pakistanis will now be able to enjoy international calling at rates as low as those for local calling.
This offer can be availed specifically for 12 destinations including USA, UK, Canada, Denmark, France, Spain, Italy, Poland, Netherlands, Germany, Hong Kong and India. It is available for outgoing calls on both mobile and landline numbers, and can be availed by both prepaid and postpaid customers. There are no prior subscription charges for activation. It can be activated through dialing USSD *1111# and pressing 1 or by sending SUB to 1111. The customers will be charged at the rate of Rs 1/Minute + Tax. These charges remain the same across all aforementioned destinations.
Director Long Distance International (LDI) and International Business (IB) Zong, Syed Jibran Ali noted how this is another effort to provide valued customers with increased connectivity with their loved ones. “More and more Pakistanis are moving abroad, and connectivity with family and friends abroad has always been a problematic issue in the past owing to the fairly expensive call charges in the industry. In this regard, Zong’s offer is an effort to respond to these concerns and allow Pakistanis to enjoy affordable and great quality connectivity with their loved ones abroad at all times.”
It is important to reiterate that these rates are remarkably lower than those offered by all other telecom operators. In this regard, this offer can be noted as a worthy accomplishment, for it allows Pakistanis to enjoy international connectivity at unprecedented charges.
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