I am thinking about porting out to Ufone from Telenor


#1

I am using persona post paid. They won't convert me to prepaid in Telenor,and its costs more then a rupee per sms message. There is no package to buy sms in bulk.

I am not a big messaging fan,but I still send 50-500 text messages a month. That includes international sms, which costs Rs.1.5 +taxes on Ufone..

What do you guys suggest? People I usually call have different operators,I can't really say "most" of them have so&so service. Anyone using Ufone here?


#2

Ufone Rocks...


#3

rates for calls/SMS/ Per hour packages....VAS everything is there


#4

If your texts to international numbers are high, you may want to consider Ufone, but I'm not sure how many operators they have a (bilateral) agreement with. YOu'll have to check up on that.

If it's general messages, you could consider either Zong, Ufone or djuice. You'll have to see which tariff suits your plans.


#5

everybody loves to ufone prepay......


#6

if u call a lot then warid might be the best , dnt go for ufone as my family is suffering from its voice quality in Lahore . . . . . Neva do that mistake to go for ufone .

I had warid postpaid one yar ago , i wanted to go to warid prepaid , but they didnt allowed me , so i port out to djuice for three months and then came back to warid prepaid ... this is also a good option if u want to use djuice


#7

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everybody loves to ufone prepay…
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Really? :confused:


#8

ufone is working fine here, never once have i gotten a dropped call, even at the 2.5 rs/hr option whereas on my telenor 4rs/hr i could never even make a one hr call without it dropping


#9

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Really? :confused:

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yes


#10

People! stop posting useless posts like ok, yes etc. to increase ur post count


#11

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People! stop posting useless posts like ok, yes etc. to increase ur post count
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That is really really far fetched.


#12

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everybody loves to ufone prepay…
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i hate ufone


#13

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i hate ufone

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any reason…?


#14

Well, I don't hate it, but I've heard a number of stories about it.

And we have a Ufone connection at my place, so I do know first hand what happens...


#15

Hi... pls tell me can i use the free friends and family package calling 5 ufone numbers for free from 12 to 7am with uwon package?


#16

Why not visit Ufone's website on www.ufone.com and try do it yourself! We're not quite like Wikipedia. If you've been to the site and then can't figure out, then post.


#17

related: http://www.propakistani.com/2008/09/21/rumor-get-rs-500-handset-for-porting-in-to-ufone/


#18

i hav also port out from telenor persona to u fone pre pay ., but it took 18 days after to convert including eid holidays


#19

please let me know the process of porting out from mobilink postpaid to ufone prepay ,with the same number of mobilink postpaid which starts from 8

ok i got this info now

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