Jazz launches IDD Offer for Afghanistan

afghMobilink JAZZ brings the new IDD Afghanistan Offer.  Now you can talk with your loved ones in Afghanistan at an incredibly low Rs. 4.95 plus tax for 30 seconds.

For the first time JAZZ has focused on communication at a regional level and is launching a TV commercial in Pushto (as well as Urdu). JAZZ has taken yet another step towards delighting its customers and connecting with them at a level that no other brand ever has!


  • Rs. 4.95 plus tax per 30 seconds
  • Subscriber must dial 456 before desired number to avail this tariff

How to Subscribe:

To benefit from this special promotion, just dial 456 before the number you wish to call and connect across borders with unrivalled convenience.

Terms & Conditions:

  • No subscription and daily charges apply
  • New rates will be valid for 24 hours a day (no time window restriction)
  • Government taxes apply
  • The offer is valid Till April 6, 2012
  • Rates are also valid for indigo and Jazba customers

  • Farooq

    Telenor has already done it before for its easy paisa campaign. Campaign was launced in regional languages(Sindhi and Pushto) alongwith Urdu.



  • Imran

    admin please correct the offer end date statement

  • abdul majeed

    Jazz The Great
    wow a what offer finally some in pakistan thinking of afghan refugee’s thank you jazz for doing now millions will talk with their loved once otherside of border is it for all the operaters in afghanistan like roshan etisalat and areeba.. or just for etisalat like uphone his offered


  • Saaim

    Telenor already offrd such rates?? Great offer indeeeeed keep it up n bring KSA N EMIRATES into considration as wel :P

  • Imi

    On fb page of propakistani its written 14.99 per 30 mins and here its 4.95 per 30 seconds wots happening admin ???

  • I already knew Younis Khan had ties with Talban :D
    (just kidding)

  • Muhammad Farooq

    Very bad…….
    i confirmed it from mobilink 111 help, they replied that there is no such kind of package or tariff plan for Afghanistan.
    i wonder why Propakistani.pk publish such unconfirmed news.