Free Handset with Ufone and HBL!


#1

HBL and Ufone...endless possibilities

HBL CreditCard and Ufone enable

you to get more from life!

With your HBL CreditCard, get a free handset of your choice, a Ufone Postpay connection and airtime. Existing as well as new HBL CreditCard customers may avail this offer. So, get your handset and connection today and upgrade your lifestyle!

U can get details on it at http://www.ufone.com/postpay_hbl.aspx

Please comment , do u like this new promotion by ufone or not ?


#2

What is there to like?


#3

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HBL and Ufone…endless possibilities

HBL CreditCard and Ufone enable

you to get more from life!

With your HBL CreditCard, get a free handset of your choice, a Ufone Postpay connection and airtime. Existing as well as new HBL CreditCard customers may avail this offer. So, get your handset and connection today and upgrade your lifestyle!

U can get details on it at http://www.ufone.com/postpay_hbl.aspx

Please comment , do u like this new promotion by ufone or not ?

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The rates/monthly line rent etc are damn expensive.


#4

yeah , i dnt think so that a middle class person can afford it and for the elite class , these free mobile offer doesnt attract and they dnt care about it. So i think it is very poor promotion .

Pakistani mobile service providers should follow foreign operators , by signing a contract of specific period and monthly line rent and giving them mobile of their own choice . It will be very attractive offer !!!


#5

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yeah , i dnt think so that a middle class person can afford it and for the elite class , these free mobile offer doesnt attract and they dnt care about it. So i think it is very poor promotion .

Pakistani mobile service providers should follow foreign operators , by signing a contract of specific period and monthly line rent and giving them mobile of their own choice . It will be very attractive offer !!!

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It depends on what the cost of free set is. If they charge 3000 rs a year for the card. And they give an expensive set(supposedly of our choice) then it can be a good choice…


#6

My advice is to stay away from such offers. Here's the post I did on this topic:

http://telecompk.net/2008/10/31/is-a-free-handset-worth-2-year-commitment-for-a-postpaid-line/