Mobilink Offers Operator Billing for Gameloft Game Store

Mobilink Offers Operator Billing for Gameloft Game Store

Mobilink in collaboration with Gameloft now offers its customers direct purchases from the Gameloft Game Store utilizing Mobilink’s operator billing system.

The partnership will enable Mobilink customers to purchase and download a wide variety of games from the Gameloft Game Store using the credit from their prepaid connections over Mobilink Mobile Internet.

This is first of its kind partnership between Gameloft and any cellular operator.

Moied Javeed, Director Marketing, Mobilink highlighted, “Mobilink continues to offer innovative services and products through its partnerships with international brands while focusing on the local needs. This latest facility offers a reliable, instant and easy-to-use method to our prepaid customers to purchase for their favorite games from the Gameloft Game Store.”

Sebastien Thevenet, General Manager for Gameloft SEA-Pacific said, “For the first time ever, we are delighted to bring Gameloft’s best titles and most popular licenses to Mobilink subscribers for hours of entertainment.”

Previously, customers could download games by making payments through their credit cards only which was a relatively cumbersome mode of transactions involving several steps to download the game. The provision of operator billing enables a safer platform of payments direct from the user’s handset for Mobilink customers across Pakistan.

Gameloft’s mobile based online Game Store has some of the most popular mobile games which customers can preview & download for their phones, such as Asphalt series, Modern Combat and Kingdom & Lords.

  • Dear Mehwish Khan
    Very Nice Article but you not mentioned the platform, they can download from mobile credit is not enough, one which platform it can be used??? Windows? Android? Symbian? IOS or others???? please get required info and edit your post.

    • very valid point, I was thinking the same thing, post gives very insufficient info also lacking a link along with platform name.

    • I think it will only available in two major mobile OS,, which would be IOS and Android, but its just my thought. :)

  • Years ago they announced similar arrangement with Google Play. Have been waiting for it to deliver.

  • Net intna slow hota hy ke downloading kesy hoge.
    Jesy modern combate 4 2 GB ka hy. To mobile net sy kasy hogeee. Ismy tou 2 din lagjaygy phir bee pata nhai ky shai hoi he ya nhai..

  • Well i guess this is one good step towards Mobile Gaming,Hope Ufone will do some thing about it too, soon

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