Cellular Growth Showed upward Trend in April 2009

As per latest stats issued by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, cellular subscribers in Pakistan are about to hit 92 million mark. There are total of 91,978,760 were reported as of April 2009.

Month of April showed a upward trend with 0.6 percent growth – that’s second highest since November 2008.

Zong stood first by capturing most customers in April 2009, while all cellular companies collectively added 536,419 customers.

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Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK


  • I cant understand , how warid is attracting the new customers with out any marketing campaign????

  • dude log baki networks se tang aa chuke hain call load zong telenor nd mobilink nd even ufone ni utha patay nd call cut jaty hai thts y warid is the best choice 4 thm

    mere pass sab networks hain nd i use all the networks daily sab se ziada prblm zong main aty hai nd warid main mgae ajj tak koi prblm ni ai shayad aik adha baar ai ho nd i m using warid since may 2005

  • Guys Overall the trend brings a sigh of relief and depicts consumer buying power and interest in market. The trend is positive and Thats Good!

  • The credit actually goes to their Sales Country Head Sohail Jan, who was actually pick-up from Mobilink
    the gentlemen has a reputation of delivering above par and thats what the stats proves
    secondly companies do show high percentage of Sales when they are in-dire need of financial assistance to attrack foreign investors

  • oh see ufone :)whts wrong wid dem ? so much marketing campaings and lowest net addition… :shocked:

  • the thing is, warid attracts so much due to word of mouth. they dont need a massive sales staff because they’ve got around 8M agents making referrals for them!

    apart from the occasional hiccup, i haven’t faced much issues like call drop or busy line signals in the last three years, and regularly recommend the service to anyone looking for a peace of mind service.

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