Detailed info about all internet packages of all mobile networks


#1

A friend of mine was asking me about this, so i did some research for him and decided to share the info here to help others out in future as well. B)

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2G Mobile Internet Packages:-

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Zong:

Daily: [unlimited/day - 10 PKR]
Weekly: [2 hours unlimited every day - 35 PKR]
Monthly: [2GB/month - 200 PKR] [4GB/month - 400 PKR] [unlimited/month - 1000 PKR]

http://www.zong.com.pk/vas_gprs_edge.html

Ufone:

Hourly: [15 PKR/hour]
Daily: [50MB/day - 10 PKR]
Monthly: [2GB/month - 200 PKR] [6GB/month - 500 PKR]

http://www.ufone.com/mobpro_mobileinternet.aspx

Warid:

Daily: [unlimited/day - 10 PKR]
Weekly: [250MB/week - 35 PKR]
Monthly: [100MB/month - 100 PKR] [500MB/month - 150 PKR] [2GB/month - 500 PKR]

http://www.waridtel.com/products/unlimited_internet_bucket.php

Telenor:

Daily: [50MB/day - 12 PKR]
Weekly: [250MB/week - 35 PKR]
Monthly: [1GB/month - 250 PKR]

http://www.telenor.com.pk/talkshawk-internet/talkshawk-internet-offer

Mobilink:

Daily: [100MB/day - 10 PKR]
Weekly: [ 500MB/week - 35 PKR]
Monthly: [200MB/month - 100 PKR] [1GB/month - 150 PKR]
Quarterly (3-months): [3GB/three-months - 300 PKR]

http://www.mobilinkgsm.com/mobilink-mobile-internet/mobile-internet-package-plans/

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3G Mobile Internet Packages:-

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ufone:

Source: http://www.ufone.com/3G/Tariff/Prepaid/

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Mobilink:

http://www.mobilink.com.pk/mobile-internet/mobilink-3g-prepaid/

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telenor:

http://www.telenor.com.pk/3ginternet?utm_source=google&utm_medium=search&utm_campaign=3GLaunch

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Zong (3G):

http://www.zong.com.pk/value-added-services/mobile-internet/internet-packages/all-mobile-internet-packages

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4G Mobile Internet Packages:-

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Zong (4G):

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https://www.zong.com.pk/4g/#hash_4g-enabled-hybrids

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warid (LTE):

http://www.waridtel.com/lte/prepaid/lte-prepaid-plans

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There goes everything! Kudos to me for the research, arrangement & updated! B)

P.S. I'll keep updating it for as long as i can. ;)


#2

Good work

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#3

So the networks have started ending their trials and officially launching their 3G services. The gracious me will add them here for your convenience. B)

Here goes the official packages from ufone:

Source: http://www.ufone.com/3G/Tariff/Prepaid/

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And here goes Mobilink:

http://www.mobilink.com.pk/mobile-internet/mobilink-3g-prepaid/


#4

Telenor's trial finishes now (on 31st) and from today 1st June it's paid 3G for you.

Here are the official 3G bundles from telenor:

http://www.telenor.com.pk/3ginternet?utm_source=google&utm_medium=search&utm_campaign=3GLaunch

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As you can see there's no mention of speeds. So if my assumption is correct then Telenor has taken the generous route of not capping their packages (though in this scenario they likely would've put a cap on the maximum speed). Pretty cool if true.

In any case, the packages are decent and not too pricey for launch.

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Here goes Zong:

http://www.zong.com.pk/value-added-services/mobile-internet/internet-packages/all-mobile-internet-packages

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As i told you before, they have the cheapest and the most variety of packages. The best part are the smaller bundles which are rather cheap (and with enough data for social usage). Initially they planned to cap the speeds based on the packages, but thanks to Telenor they had to change their plans. See, competition is great for customers.

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Finally, last but not least, here goes warid:

I must say they have launched very competitive packages as well. Kudos!


#5

Mobilink and Zong are still in their trial phase, while Warid is still busy checking up on their fancy license.

I will add their packages here as well when available. They're most likely to launch before the end of June but we'll see how that goes.

BTW, i turned out quite correct after all with Back then they said it would be a lot more. Hehe

Anyways, as i said before 3G services will be rather affordable by people who REALLY want to use those services.


#6

Too expensive, 8GB package for 1K you reload 10 prepaid cards and lose 30% money in tax, then you need to reload 3 to 4 more cards to make your balance 1K then you could subscribe the package, they are out of their minds... And i suppose there won't be throttle speed limit once you consume 8GB in less than a month....isn't it?


#7

hahahaha ill rather pee on all these packages. DUMB f--ks!!! 3G internet with 8GB cap? hahaha screw these companies, no one is going to use this, unless they are screwed in the mind.

oh and yea not to mention what armada pointed out. you have to pay 30% extra on all packages because of government tax. That is 450rs extra on 1500rs package. Who in the right F--king mind would use this internet.


#8

Clearly you guys are new to 3G so you don't know that these are pretty usual packages around the 3rd world countries.

These packages are made for mobile usage you see. Even 1-2GB/month is enough for casual mobile users. Mobile 3G is primarily used for faster social networking/media sharing/casual music downloading/occasional video-streaming. They're not for downloading movies and such, you use Wifi for that.

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Personally i used to use Zong's 2G 2GB monthly bundle for 200 PKR, now i can start using the 3GB 3GB monthly monthly bundle from Telenor (or Zong equivalent once available). The point being this is good for those that know how to use it properly. If you understand what I'm saying.


#9

[quote=“armada, post:6, topic:20774”]

Too expensive, 8GB package for 1K you reload 10 prepaid cards and lose 30% money in tax, then you need to reload 3 to 4 more cards to make your balance 1K then you could subscribe the package, they are out of their minds... And i suppose there won't be throttle speed limit once you consume 8GB in less than a month....isn't it?

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I fully agree with you. The tax deduction makes any package more expensive.


#10

@Upsilon

So you saying we should keep our dsl at home pay the bills of it and also pay huge money to these mobo companies for mobile use, as you says we a third world nation can we really afford that then?


#11

@Upsilon

You are right. These packages are not for downloading etc. that you do using your wifi/broadband. It is actually for usage on the go with occassional browsing, emails, whatsApp/Viber or Facebook.

These are in line with the world. I have been using Telenor's 4GB and its more than enough for on the go connection.


#12

[quote=“armada, post:10, topic:20774”]

@Upsilon

So you saying we should keep our dsl at home pay the bills of it and also pay huge money to these mobo companies for mobile use, as you says we a third world nation can we really afford that then?

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You don't NEED to use 3G at all. It all comes down to WANT. Basically if you're mostly in a Wifi environment and have access to open wifi most of the time then you shouldn't waste any money on 3G bundles. But instead if you're mostly on the go or don't have access to wifi where you work, etc then 3G will seem like a good solution to you.

3G/4G is an option, not a requirement. If you find it useful, then use it, otherwise ignore it, it's not for you.


#13

[quote=“Upsilon, post:12, topic:20774”]

You don't NEED to use 3G at all. It all comes down to WANT. Basically if you're mostly in a Wifi environment and have access to open wifi most of the time then you shouldn't waste any money on 3G bundles. But instead if you're mostly on the go or don't have access to wifi where you work, etc then 3G will seem like a good solution to you.

3G/4G is an option, not a requirement. If you find it useful, then use it, otherwise ignore it, it's not for you.

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it doesn't make any sense if you cross 42Mbps in speed test and your net is limited to 8GB/1.5K or does it? atleast they should've come up with 30GB @ 1K per month package

soon they will launch SOHO (LTE router with ethernet ports) and USB devices with DATA plans then they be competing home DSL :)


#14

Cellular data was never meant for intense downloads. For people who have unlimited data in some of the first world countries (note that I said some, since not all do it), they use it for streaming audio, data (e.g. maps, street view etc.)and what-not. Unfortunately, all I've seen in this thread (and since the advent of 3G) is people downloading torrents. UMTS/HSPA/LTE offer much lower latency than EDGE networks, and hence, they cater to a different requirement. Not movies!

Don't you get it? Wireless internet was never meant for intensive downloads? When you go that route, you're choking the internet for everyone else.

So - please - 8GB is MUCH more than needed for a phone. Some operators charge more for tethering (which is legit use - as long as you're not downloading movies).

It's just as dumb as this statement: "what's the point of 3G when Youtube's blocked?!"


#15

@shaheerk

I agree. I have been to countries with 3G/4G in Asia Pacific and Middle East and was not able to find an example where people using it for streaming/downloading torrents etc. A couple of years ago, I remember paying about 1000 pesos just to use 3G and it was capped at 2GB/month. I used it for skype/VoIP calling to here in PK and maps etc. there and wasn't able to cross 1.2 GB in the whole month (was using an Iphone back then). We have so many broadband companies offering much more bandwidth on lower charges so its good to use that for hardcore downloading. If people still thinks 3G is expensive then they should charge an Evo Cloud and put it in their pocket for downloading torrents/streaming etc. for a cheaper option.


#16

@Mateen.khalid, I can share my experience - when I went to the US last time, for $3 a day, I got unlimited calls, texts and 200MB of free data per day (renewed). After the 200MB, it would go down to 2G speeds.

Now, since I had never used 3G in my life at that time, I was all the more curious to know what speeds and all I can get (you know - speedtests and all :P which consumed a lot of the data). If I didn't do any speedtests, then my daily bandwidth consumption (outside wifi areas) was, at most, 30 MB.

In the UK, I had 1GB to burn in five days. I managed to burn around 800MB after uploading a WHOLE BUNCH of photos and streaming Youtube - that was when I took it to the extreme. In normal cases, I would never do either of the two.

Priorities! Apparently, ours is for downloading movies. If you really want to engage in piracy, why don't you install fiber at your home, pay for the highest possible speed, and rip it like there's no tomorrow? Don't choke bandwidth for those who actually want to make PROPER use of technology!


#17

Installed firmware on may 29

Network Data consumption of 8 days


#18

^ Yeah, that's exactly how it's NOT supposed to be used. Reread what Mateen and Shaheerk has written...


#19

lol. 9GB for Torrents, 1.5GB for Tethering and 1GB for Youtube - then I agree, it's very expensive for you.


#20

[quote=“mateen.khalid, post:19, topic:20774”]

lol. 9GB for Torrents, 1.5GB for Tethering and 1GB for Youtube - then I agree, it's very expensive for you.

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its not P@ki mobile network , (network is of MENA)