Mobilink Expands its 3G Network to 53 cities of Pakistan

Mobilink has expanded its 3G network to 53 cities of Pakistan by adding ten new cities to its 3G network. Mobilink’s expansion of 3G network is a result of carefully designed roll-out plan that makes the best use of 10MHz spectrum, while focusing on excellence in customers’ experience, said a statement issued by the company.

Through its 3G network, Mobilink is enabling the customers living in major cities and districts with high-speed internet on-the-go. Customers will now be able to enjoy faster access to downloads, video streaming, apps and services that require high-speed internet.

As part of this expansion Mobilink is now providing high-speed 3G internet services:

  • Chunian,
  • Farooqabad,
  • Ganda Singh Wala,
  • Gujjar Khan,
  • Hafizabad,
  • Harripur,
  • Kasur,
  • Nankana Sahib,
  • Raiwind
  • Talagang.

Aamer Manzoor Head of Data Mobilink commenting on the expansion said; “Mobilink’s expansion of 3G services continues to make a major contribution to a robust ecosystem of high-speed internet which not only provides reach across major cities but also empowers customers with a well-planned coverage. Our aim is to empower customers with a quality experience of internet in the palm of their hands and bridge the digital divide between cities and towns.’’

As an added incentive to its subscribers and for testing purposes, Mobilink is also offering free 3G trials in these ten cities till 25th May, 2015. Customers can dial *443*1# to find out if they are in a 3G coverage area and can dial *443*3# to activate their 3G services. The subscribers will be notified about the end of free 3G trial via SMS and Mobilink’s digital assets. Under the free 3G trial offer, customers can enjoy unlimited data every day. Data services on 2G will be charged as usual.

As part of its aggressive roll-out plan Mobilink also added Bhalwal, Chakwal, Daska, Dipalpur, Mandi, Bahauddin, Pattoki, and Wazirabad last week and free trial in these cities is also valid till 25th May.

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      #Dunya_Chand_Par_Pohanch_Gye_Par_Zamaan_Par_Hi_Han :D

  • Atleast, pehle jin city mein service provide kar rahay hain uss ko poray city mein spread karain.
    2 saal hogaye hain 3G launch hoay aur Mobilink 3G services abi tak mere ilaqay mein ni aai.
    Btw, I live in Bufferzone, Karachi.

    • Same here. Only zong and partially ufone 3G/4G services are available here in my area. Living in karachi Too.

  • No blanket coverage. signals huge fluctuation. installing few 3g cell sites in each city and moving on to next one. pathetic.

  • Could Propakistani or some other people make a table of 3g/4g packages, prices, data limits, and maybe a rating system for coverage or something?

  • Upgrading a couple of cell sites in each city doesn’t count as coverage. Lul service.

  • Mobilink 3G Orangi Town Main Nahi Hai. Pehly KARACHI Ko Sahi Se Coverage De Do Phir Age Barho

  • Mobilink 3g is gud. But zong 3g has more speed than mobilink. But as compare to rates. Mobillink is the beat.
    Example Mobilink weekly = 60 me 1500 mb.
    zong weekly= 70 rp me 280 mb. F u zong.

  • Karachi mein Naz Plaza M.A Jinnah Road mein pichle 5 years se siwaye Mobilink k kisi bhi network ki 2G coverage nhi hai yeah log 3G kiya launch karain gay.

  • (The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has blocked 27.5 million active SIMs which could not be verified till May 15. Some 75.5 million out of total 103 million active subscriber identity modules (SIMs) have been verified by the PTA during its verification drive which ended on Friday.
    The PTA has accordingly directed CMOs to block all unverified SIMs. However, these SIMs could be unblocked by the owner by visiting any sale channel and performing successful biometric verification, said a PTA press release here Saturday.
    The SIM re-verification drive through Biometric Verification System (BVS), initiated under the directions of National Action Plan, has been successfully completed.
    The Ministry of Information Technology (MOIT) and the PTA were tasked to carry-out verification of all existing SIMs through BVS in January 2015.
    The task which looked difficult initially as the previous governments failed to do despite demand by law enforcement agencies. However, it could now be made possible through all-out support of relevant stakeholders and dedicated efforts of all particularly, PTA, MOIT, Ministry of Information (MoI), the Cellular Mobile Operators (CMOs) and National Database Reconciliation Authority (NADRA).
    The PTA appreciated the people for their support to make the the SIMs re-verification process a success considering it to be a national cause.
    The MOIT and the PTA undertook measures not only to make the process smooth and transparent but also to facilitate general public.
    Extensive awareness campaigns through SMS, electronic (TV & Radio) an digital media were run. In addition, an alternate verification process was deployed to facilitate old age, disabled and overseas Pakistanis.
    The CMOs were asked to re-verify their complete subscribers’ bases irrespective of their current status i.e. active or dormant. Some 21 million SIMs were verified from the dormant base while 17 million SIMs were already verified through BVS between August 1, 2014 and January 12, 2015. New SIMs were only issued through the process of BVS.
    It is believed that the effects of the re-verification drive shall go a long way in ensuring a safer Pakistan, said the PTA.
    After the conclusion of this major milestone, the PTA will now carry out a third party audit of the whole exercise to verify its authenticity.
    In this regard, Expression of Interest (EoI) for hiring of a third party auditor has already been floated.)

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