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Warid Mobilink Merger
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VimpelCom and Dhabi Group announce completion of Mobilink and Warid Merger 

VimpelCom, Global Telecom Holding (GTH), together with Warid Telecom Pakistan and Bank Alfalah (Dhabi Group shareholders), today announced the completion of the transaction to merge Pakistan Mobile Communications Limited (Mobilink) and Warid Telecom (Warid), creating Pakistan’s next generation digital telecommunications provider. Over 50 million customers…

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Mobicash (Mobilink) Becomes First Mobile Financial Services Provider to Offer NFC Payment Solutions in Pakistan 

Mobilink Pakistan has stepped up a notch and have become the first mobile financial services provider (MFS) to launch Near Field Communication (NFC) payments on vending machines for its esteemed mobile account users after signing an agreement with Batwa and Wavetec. Through this collaboration, Mobicash…

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Mobicash to Disburse Bait-ul-Mal Payments 

Islamabad: 19th February, 2015 – Mobicash has signed an agreement to disburse payments on behalf of Pakistan Bait ul Mal Child Support Programme (CSP). Under the project, Mobicash will make disbursements to more than 40,000 CSP beneficiaries across the country. Agreement signing ceremony was attended by…

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Mobilink & NBP MoU Join Hands 

MOU Signing Ceremony between National Bank of Pakistan (NBP), Pakistan Mobile Communications Ltd. (Mobilink) and Waseela Microfinance Bank Ltd. (WMBL) Islamabad: February 20, 2015 – NBP has taken a new initiative and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Pakistan Mobile Communication Ltd. (Mobilink) and…

Zong 4G
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Zong 4G a step in the right direction says, Pakistan’s Minister of IT and Telecommunication, Ms. Anusha Rahman 

Countries like Pakistan have slowly started to implement 3G and 4G services.  Chinese based telecom Zong are one of the two companies, other being Warid Telecom who have started 4G services in Pakistan. This is a great step in the right direction for Pakistan, as…

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The rise of pay as you go 

A few years ago, it was really only viable to have a pay as you go phone if you were an infrequent mobile user. The reasoning was that contracts came with free minutes, texts and a browsing allowance that were far cheaper when combined into…