Mobilink Extends In-Flight Roaming for Jazz Subscribers

Mobilink has partnered with Emirates and Malaysia Airlines through its partner network AeroMobile to extend its In-Flight Roaming for its Jazz customers.

In-Flight roaming enables passengers to safely use their GSM mobile phones during flights – after takeoff and before landing.

Currently, this service is being provided on Emirates Airlines on more than 268 flights including 122 international flight routes across 52 countries with aggressive plans to roll out across fleets and other airlines in future. These aircrafts fly to a host of spot light destinations round the globe including United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Switzerland, Turkey, Singapore, China, Thailand, Bangladesh etc.

The service is also available on selective Emirates in-country flights between Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi.

This offer includes:

  • No security deposit
  • No subscription charges
  • Free incoming SMS

How it works

To use the service, Jazz customers with an international roaming subscription simply switch on their mobile phones on a Mobile In-flight Roaming equipped aircraft.

Jazz In-flight Roaming works like regular roaming service on ground. You can make or receive phone calls and text messages using your own mobile phone just as easily as you can on the ground. No special handset settings are required.

Flight Tariffs

For tariff details, download this PDF file (85 KB).

Terms and Conditions:

  • Flight routes and destinations covered may be changed over time by the airline.
  • Call charges have been calculated using prevailing exchange rates and are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Govt. taxes apply.

Subscribing to Jazz In-Flight Roaming

Jazz In-Flight Roaming is pre-activated for all Jazz customers having a regular international roaming subscription. Jazz customers can activate international roaming by visiting their nearest Mobilink Customer Care Centre, Franchise or simply calling 111.

In-Flight Roaming Service is also available for Indigo customers having international roaming subscription.

  • Pakistan Open Media News Website

    hm well good news

  • Mobilink expensive useless slow network.

    • Hammer man

      teray moo mei ghee shakkar meray chaand kay tukray.
      itnay laalchee hein kay ab bhi Mobilink apnay post paid users ko sms service kay 25 rupaiyey charge kartay hein baysharam kaheen kay.

      I once called their help line to inquire about it and their floor manager attended to the issue aur jawab sunkar tau mujhey sharam aagaye

  • Mobilink is too expansive and their offers are always limited.