News Press Release Xiaomi Zong Xiaomi devices will be available at Zong Customer Centers, once launched in Pakistan By TPRO TEAM Posted on February 17, 2017 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Press ReleaseZong (CMPak) and Chinese smartphone brand — Xiaomi, have joined hands to launch Xiaomi products in Pakistan. There have been reports earlier about Xiaomi launching its smartphones and Eco products in Pakistan. The e-invitation cards have also revealed the collaboration of Zong in launching the products. Today, Zong is officially announcing its partnership with the Chinese brand to launch in country. The official launch event of Xiaomi will be taking place on 20th February 2017 in Islamabad. Invitations have been sent out and we’ll be covering the event for our readers. So keep an eye over here and stay informed. Daraz.pk is the official sales partner for the Xiaomi devices following launch. According to what Zong claims, “Xiaomi’s decision to enter into this partnership with Zong is based on Zong 4G’s fastest internet speeds and the widest 4G coverage in the industry. This partnership is geared to give a considerable boost to Xiaomi in their business venture in Pakistan.” Following this partnership, customers will be able to access top of the line Xiaomi handsets, including 4G smartphones and accessories at Xiaomi display centers at Zong’s Customer Service Centers. In addition to this, Zong is also giving special data offers for customers purchasing Xiaomi phones anywhere in Pakistan. This launch is in line with Zong’s vision to develop a complete 4G ecosystem in the country, as it has partnered with leading companies including Huawei, Q-Mobile, Oppo, HTC, Samsung and e-commerce platform Daraz.pk. Zong is currently expanding its 4G coverage to over 300 cities nationwide and has the largest 4G subscriber base of over 2 million as of December, 2016. Zong has recently announced its plans to invest over $200 Million in Pakistan for 4G network expansion. This article contains content from a press release issued by the company and does not reflect any opinion or recommendation from Tech Prolonged.