Ufone’s Free 3G Service Reaches Quetta


Ufone has announced the availability of free 3G service in Quetta, making it the 10th city in the country to have Ufone’s 3G service.

In compliance to the Information Memorandum, all cellular mobile operators had to spread their 3G services in 10 cities in a span of 1 year but Ufone has achieved this target only in 35 days.

Speaking of this facility, Mr. Taimur Faiz Cheema, GM Marketing at Ufone, said “Ufone right now is the only service provider that is giving maximum number of cities and with the fastest speed and best network quality. Needless to say, customers have a lot to look forward to as 3G will completely change the way customers interact and socialize. We have more exciting plans of expansion and will be introducing this service far and wide across Pakistan with the same pace.”

All Ufone customers using a 3G enabled smartphone in Quetta, will be able to enjoy the trial services with amazing speeds free of cost, whereby the first 200 MB will be usable without any speed throttling, after that for subsequent usage, speed will be reduced to 128 kbps for the rest of the day followed by a related SMS notification.

In addition, the policy will be auto-renewed every day.

To avail the offer, Ufone customers will have to restart their handsets or change the network mode from GSM to WCDMA or from 2G to 3G in other words, depending upon their handset model and type. An SMS notification will be sent to all subscribers to inform them regarding the 3G service activation.

Both Postpaid and prepaid customers in Quetta will be able to avail the offer and enjoy free of cost usage of the 3G trial for a period of 10 days.

Ufone has said that it will offer 10 free days of 3G services to each city where they will launch the service. After the end of free duration, customers will be prompted with SMS alerts about the charges of the 3G services.

Check below the coverage map of Ufone’s 3G services in Quetta:


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  • Enjoy it while you can, once the free trial ends the cost is stupidly ridiculous ! (when compared with Telenor)

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