Its finally here. The iPhone 6 just went on sale stands at Ufone, Telenor, Mobilink and Warid business centres across Pakistan. There are tons of people queuing up at these sale points to join the day-one gang in Pakistan!
I can tell you that the craze is phenomenal and one of its kind here at a Ufone Service Centre in Lahore where — along with broadcasters — there are dozens of people gathered to collect their iPhones to mark this historical day.
It won’t be out of place to mention here that after six years of original launch, and several models, its only today that iPhone devices are officially being sold in Pakistan.
Now meet Rana Junaid Ahmed, who has become one of the first iPhone buyers with official warranty in Pakistan.
Rana Junaid, who appears to be jubilant and excited already, is from Lahore and ex-employee of Geo TV. Currently he owns a business and decided to buy iPhone 6 – 64GB model – from Ufone out of his craze and love for Apple products.
Not to mention, iPhone 6 was available with few selected folks in Pakistan who had bought these devices through grey channels. However, Rana Junaid has become the first owner of iPhone 6 after its put officially on sale in the country.
It won’t be out of place to mention here that Ufone was first operator to accept pre-registrations for iPhone devices, and now they managed to sell the first iPhone in Pakistan as well. We had heard that Ufone had good number of iPhone 6 pre-orders registered with them, however, how many of them converted into sales is something we are yet to find out.
More coverage to follow on iPhone 6 Launch in Pakistan. Keep glued here.
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