Telenor Revises Charging Pulse for Postpaid Plans

Telenor-LogoTelenor has announced to change charging pulse rate from 30 seconds to one minute for its professional postpaid plans.

According to information available on Telenor’s official website, call pulse and charging rate for all professional postpaid plans will be revised to one minute from April 30th, 2013.

Along with, off-net and on-net call rates are also revised as following:

  • On-net Price = Rs. 1.2/min + tax
  • Off-net Price = Rs. 1.5/min + tax

Telenor currently offers three professional postpaid plans, with monthly line rent of Rs. 100, Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,500. Charging pulse with these plans was 30 seconds and charges for off-net or on-net calls was 75 paisas per 30 seconds.

Telenor said that its small-business (Tajir package) will remain on 30 second charging pulse.

It merits mentioning here that customers tend more towards 30 seconds charging pulse, due to optimized billing and better rates.


  • On a per min. call, telenor earn more revenues then previous packages.

    Last 1.5 yrs Telenor is continuously revising with increased all plans but when you see the yearly revenue absolutely double and now they wanted to triple the revenue.

    I don’t know who guys are crazy using telenor services, i will be ranked telenor has the poor operator in pakistan.

    • @ test, I am using telemor since 06 years, switched few times to other operators but every time returned back. Because, telenor free minutes are for any network, no calculation hassle for on-net, offnet & ptcl. And off-course, no match for services and customer support.

    • @ test, I am using telemor since 06 years, switched few times to other operators but every time returned back. Because, telenor free minutes are for any network, no calculation hassle for on-net, offnet & ptcl. And off-course, no match for services and customer support.

      • i also have the same experiance…
        quality comes with cost..i also have traveled in lot of areas even remote but felt no issue with telenor while other networks were left behind some where… this is the reward of cost..


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