Nokia, in association with Mobilink, launches its latest Windows Phone 8 powered smartphones Nokia Lumia 620, Nokia Lumia 820 and Nokia Lumia 920 in Pakistan.
Ufone has collaborated with WhatsApp to offer its customers an option in addition to its regular SMS bundle packages. WhatsApp bucket offer brings unlimited messaging via the application for Rs.30/month.
Telenor Pakistan, exclusively for Pakistani customers, is launching Samsung Galaxy Note II. While not disclosing the retail price of the the Galaxy Note II, Telenor is offering a bundle offer and 10% discount if you pre-order before the business day ends on 14th October
Mobilink's "Something is coming" teaser along with a hint "Downloading Fast!" suggests about 3G Mobile Broadband. Is Mobilink about to bring to mobile users what they have been waiting for, since years?
VimpelCom Ltd. (the parent company of Mobilink Pakistan) has finalised the deal with Google to bring carrier billing for Google Play (the app store for Android devices) to its customers all over the globe. In result, the customers of Mobilink in Pakistan (or other child companies of VimpelCom in other markets) will be able to buy apps, games, books and other content from Google Play store via their mobile accounts. No credit cards or debit cards will be required.
Just couple of weeks ago Mobilink launched the big brother from HTC's One family, the HTC One X. The smaller "One", HTC One V is now available for Pakistani customers. Ufone has exclusively launched HTC One V for Rs. 28,500/- Yes it's the mid-range Android smartphone.
The new One series of HTC Android smartphones had already been launched globally. Now the very first and biggest of three HTC Ones, the HTC One X has been launched in Pakistan exclusively by Mobilink. The introductory price is Rs. 55,999/-[TechProlonged]
Mobilink has the key of Google's Nexus phones to bring in Pakistan. Like always, Mobilink has introduced the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus in Pakistan with the price tag of Rs. 49,999/-
Mobilink Pakistan and Google Pakistan have recently partnered to bring free SMS chat from Gmail to the Mobilink subscriber. There is however much detail, to be understood with, regarding the policies of the service from both companies whether it's cost or limits. But using the service is rather as simpler as choosing mobile number and start chatting with that. Read more...
Google Pakistan and Mobilink have partnered to bring free Web-to-SMS chat service. That means a Gmail user now can send SMS to any Mobilink subscriber to initiate a chat session. Of course that Mobilink number will have option to reply back to the Gmail user while this will cost Rs. 1+Tax for each SMS to the phone user if he/she replies back.