Mobilink Add two more Cities Under 3G Service


Mobilink Add two more Cities Under 3G Service.

ISLAMABAD – Mobilink announced free Trail 3G service for two more cities Gujrat and Sheikhupura, Mobilink already provided free 3G services in eight major cities of Pakistan.

Mobilink is already providing free 3G services in Karachi, Quetta, Faisalabad, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar and Multan.

Mobilink launched 3G services earlier this April in 8 major cities across Pakistan; the services will continue to provide first-hand opportunity for testing high-speed internet services.

Now they added two more cities Gujrat and Sheikhupura for free 3G services.

Mobilink is now providing free 3G services in10 major cities of Pakistan as a means to thank its customers for the confidence that they have shown in Mobilink during the last 20 years

Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Mobilink Bilal Munir Sheikh sharing his views said, “Mobilink’s free 3G services is a way to thank our customers for placing their trust in the country’s largest 3G-ready network. I hope that our customers will make the most out of this offer and enjoy high-speed internet over Mobilink’s 10 MHz 3G spectrum, he added.

CCO Mobilink  said that “The offer is to celebrate the trust that our customers have put in us over the last 2 decades.”

The free 3G service is accessible to both postpaid and prepaid customers with 3G enabled handsets. The free 3G services are available on all existing and new Mobilink SIM.

3G and 4G were simultaneously launched in Pakistan on April 23, 2014 through a Simultaneous Multiple Round Ascending (SAMRA) auction.

Three out of Five Companies got 3G licenses i.e. Ufone, Mobilink and Telenor while China Mobile’s Company Zong got 3G as well as a 4G license, whereas fifth company, Warid Pakistan did not participate in the auction procedure.

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Ummer Faizan is currently working as a Web Producer at Pakistan Tribe's Islamabad Office. He is the Mass Communication undergrad and holds keen interest in analyzing current state of affairs with the perspective of Pakistani youth.

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