Ufone Introduces Roaming Buckets for USA

usaIR-inner-IRpageUfone has introduced this very lucrative international roaming buckets for incoming minutes for its customers travelling to USA.

If you are planning to visit USA, then Ufone prepaid connection can be your best partner for cellular roaming needs. You can get 30 incoming minutes for USD 2 or 130 incoming minutes bucket for USD 5 on T Mobile network.

So you can ask your friends and family in Pakistan to call you freely while you are away. You might want to opt 130 minute bucket as it will expire in 30 days compared to 3 day expiry limit for 30 minute bucket.


P.S. This offer is for T-Mobile network only.

Terms & Conditions:

  • All Ufone Prepaid customers can subscribe to these buckets.
  • Subscription can be made by dialing *721*1# (for $2 Bucket) & *721*2# (for $5 Bucket).
  • Validity of minutes is 3 days for $2 Bucket and 30 days for $5 Bucket.
  • Expiry period is 3 days i.e. if a customer subscribes the bundle before 12 midnight, that day will be included in 3 days.
  • For balance inquiry simply dial *706#.
  • Multiple subscriptions are allowed.
  • Bucket prices mentioned above are tax exclusive.
  • Incoming minutes can only be availed when the International Roamer is roaming only in T Mobile network, in USA.
  • Standard Published IR rates for incoming shall apply if latched to any other network in USA.
  • Standard published IR rates shall apply after consumption of allocated minutes.
  • Standard published IR rates shall apply for outgoing calls & SMS.
  • $1 USD = 89.5 PKR (Exchange rate as of 21st Dec 2011).
  • Terms and conditions apply

  • Seem to be great rates introduced by Ufone, but i think most people utilize the free software’s of VOIP such as Skype for making long distance calls.

  • FMS

    yeah, VOIP is very useful but its sometime difficult to find WIFI, hot spot or broadband while traveling. I was in NY last summer and traveled almost 1500 KMs acorss USA. in such traveling you can’t remain connected unless you have US SIM. I wish i had such Ufone rate at that time so i could have used my own Ufone SIM. its nothing compared to even US rates.