Think Pakistan: Ufone Holds Competition for Telecom Bloggers

If you are a telecom blogger and interested in taking part in a healthy competition, then here is the chance for you.

Ufone is organizing a writing competition among telecom bloggers to come forward and write for their country.

Idea is to create a blog post that will enlighten the use and effect of social media in society and how can we create an image of Better Pakistan using social media.

Guidelines for Contestants:

  • Ufone is looking for the ideas which highlight the use of social media and how it can be used to build positive perceptions of Pakistan. (Ideas that be implemented on social networks)
  • Writers make sure that they start the caption of their writing with “Think Pakistan” followed by the title of their choice.
  • The entries must not exceed the 500 word limit. Any entry above the word limit will automatically be disqualified.

Last Date of Submission:

  • All entrants must submit their entries to the Ufone fanpage by Sunday (26th June 2011).

Selection Procedure:

  • The entries will  be uploaded on the Ufone fanpage by the moderator and the voting will begin on Monday (27th June 2011)
  • Voting will stop at 12pm, Thursday (30th June 2011) .
  • The winners will be declared depending on the most number of likes on an entry.

Prizes:

UPDATE:

Ufone has extended the deadline, last date for submission is now 30th June, 2011 and winners will be announced on 4th July, 2011.


    • Ali Khan

      Can you share the original link of the competition?

    • which fan page r u referring to?

      • Qudsia Jamaal

        Referring to Ufone official fan page at Facebook.

    • samz

      wow, Aamir and propakistani team best of luck;)

    • Usama

      Great initiative, wake up proud pakistani’s this is our chance to share the most amazing country on earth with the world

    • usama khalid

      Good Initiative, I use to cry sometimes what media is actually portraying about Pakistan. Aamir bhai, share your contribution to portray the Positive Pakistan! :) Pakistan Zindabad.

    • A Mehmood

      Aamir sb I think your readers seems to be less interested about this post :( Not a good signal!

    • A Mehmood

      I think, let’s support the one who is doing something good for Pakistan. Aamir sb, can I participate as guest writer in this competition?

    • Signals International Pakistan

      A great initiative in Pakistan telecom sector
      Engineer Sikandar Khan,
      CEO
      Signals International Pakistan
      0313 79 89 860