Campaigns News Press Release Zong Zong 4G Express Busses to tour 90 cities across Pakistan By Press Release Posted on December 13, 2016 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Press ReleaseZong has commenced a nationwide campaign to create mobile experience centres through fully customised 4G busses. Labelled as Zong 4G Express, the busses are equipped with state-of-the-art 3D screens, automated selfie booths, internet kiosks and a drum squad. All services on the bus are enabled by Zong’s fastest 4G internet. The vision behind launching the 4G Express nationwide, is to enable internet users across Pakistan to experience Zong 4G and adopt a 4G lifestyle. The activity is part of Zong’s long-term plan of developing a complete 4G ecosystem in Pakistan. The 4G Express will visit over 90 cities in all four provinces across Pakistan, specifically targeting educational institutes and markets where people can experience Zong products and services. This unique initiative by Zong is aimed at encouraging people to experience the super-fast 4G internet and avail the most affordable data bundles offered by the company. In addition, the company hopes to increase internet inclusivity in Pakistan through this drive and create awareness about its products and services. It is pertinent to mention that Zong has spanned its 4G services in over 200 cities to more than 1.9 Million 4G subscribers nationwide. The company recently announced its plans to invest in an additional 1,000 4G sites across Pakistan, that would take the overall tally of Zong 4G sites to 6,000 by this year end. The company has repeatedly expressed through its Brand promise of A NEW DREAM that it aims to create a 4G lifestyle by enabling a digital revolution in Pakistan. The 4G express is one such initiative that hopes to educate the people about 4G products and services and how they can effectively incorporate them in their daily lives. This article contains content from a press release issued by the company and does not reflect any opinion or recommendation from Tech Prolonged.