wi-tribe, one of the WiMax internet broadband providers in Pakistan, has just outrun its competitors while offering a free internet connection for one month on the purchase of any of the leading Android tablets, HTC Flyer, Dell Streak5 and Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000.
In a press release, wi-tribe has announced the offer with exclamatory remarks
wi-tribe Pakistan, being the most exciting broadband service provider, has once again outrun other broadband operators by offering the HTC Flyer, Dell Streak 5 and Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000. This offer adds value to the experience of existing as well as potential customers through a bundled package of a free wi-fi connection coupled with one month of browsing, absolutely free.
Commenting on this new offering, Director Marketing – wi-tribe Pakistan, Ali Fahd said, “Our latest offer combines three state-of-the-art tablets with wi-tribe’s high speed internet connection, enabling our customers to instantly enjoy a richer online experience. We are committed to bringing the most innovative and advanced technologies to our valued customers. With this launch, we seek to not only increase the user’s satisfaction, but also to consistently empower them with the freedom to create their own world.”
wi-tribe offering prices are listed below.
The prices of the devices from wi-tribe are not exactly up to my understandings as I found one device cheaper in the market and the other one is being offered in less price from wi-tribe.
This could be a marketing strategy? or what?
What do you think of these offers of providing free internet with a purchase of device now shifting from mobile operators to the broadband services providers?
Mobile Operators have already been providing free GPRS/EDGE for 6 or 3 months bundled with an offering device purchase. A few low-end and high-end smartphone/tablet offers are listed below
- HTC Sensation by Mobilink.
- Samsung Galaxy Pro by Telenor.
- Dell Streak5 by Mobilink.
- Google Nexus S by Mobilink.
- IDEOS by Ufone Pakistan.
But at the end, it’s good for consumers. These initiatives create competition span between the service providers which finally goes in the favor of the end users.
Do tell us what do you think about these offers. Leave your comments below.