ProPakistani.com’s January 2009 poll results have termed Ufone as offering most in-expensive voice call and SMS rates in Pakistan. Not surprisingly Zong gave tough time to Ufone, and stood second. We saw very little difference between Ufone and Zong votes in earlier weeks; however, fourth week decided poll results. Telenor stood third while Warid and Mobilink became fourth and fifth respectively.
There were total of 2,132 readers who opined during the month of January 2009. Poll allowed single vote from one IP address coupled with cookies check.
Ufone took 32 percent of total votes. Ufone’s Uwon, Ghanta Package and night packages made the difference. In terms of text messaging ufone’s Rs. 150 SMS bundle gives you 5,000 SMS messages a month.
On other hands, Zong scored 29 percent votes, has very competitive packages for different segments of market, which includes 12 Anay Package, 8 Anay Package, Free Package and Aik Second Package for voice calls. For SMS lovers, Zong has best deal available that is 20,000 SMS for Rs. 149 a month.
With huge difference Telenor stood third, and scored 16 percent votes, that’s 13 percent less than Zong. Warid got 14 percent votes while Mobilink stood last with only 9 percent votes in its box.
Our Poll for month of February 2009 is about number total of SIMs per subscriber. If you read ProPakistani with RSS or Email updates, then please visit www.ProPakistani.com and tell us how many SIMs do you have..!