Zong said thank you to its customers, franchises, vendors, media, government and all stakeholders after completing 5 years of its operations in the country.
ZONG which has become the digital partner of this nation in a short span of time celebrates Sub Keh Do Day every year. However this year the telecom giant decided to say something itself and said thank you to the people of Pakistan for their trust and confidence in the brand.
China Mobile Pakistan started its operations in April 2008 and in a short span of time, it has become the most progressive player in the market. This aggressive stance is reflected in the rapidly increasing subscriber base and the revenue achievements.
Speaking about ZONG’s journey in the country, CEO of ZONG Mr. Fan YunJun said,
“We are delighted to have achieved this milestone. Today there are over 19 million loyal ZONG customers and its coverage extends throughout Pakistan. Our services, our commitment to the customers, our approach towards innovation in technology, our dedication to this country, and our philosophy of being a responsible corporate citizen – all these things are evident in our daily operations, services and future plans.
Although we face a lot of challenges and difficulties, we shall always proactively and consistently treat challenge as a valuable opportunity for improvement and rise high above the others.”
Cake cutting ceremonies – on anniversary celebrations — were organized in all offices of China Mobile Pakistan across all regions. Apart from this ZONG officials participated in various renowned evening shows where loyal customers along with the officials shared their views about ZONG and its services with the viewers.
The company has not only managed to grab a fair share of the market but has also invested billions of dollars in Pakistan. By growing its operations, ZONG is also creating employment opportunities for the talented people of Pakistan. The Company has generated more than 1700 direct and over 40,000 indirect jobs in the country. It is the only operator who started a pilot project to run BTS on Bio-Gas.