Zong Holds Ceremony for the Launch of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

Zong marked the official launch of latest iPhone 6s and 6s Plus for its customers at a ceremony arranged at company’s Experience & Service Centre in Islamabad.

As per set pattern prescribed by Apple, Zong has been given special mandate to launch Apple’s latest smartphones in Islamabad. A number of Zong customers that had pre-booked their latest iPhones one week prior to its official launch along with other senior officials including Babar Bajwa, Chief Commercial Officer Zong gathered at Zong’s Experience Center to witness the occasion.



Mr. Liu Dianfeng, CEO Zong, along with officials of the company, present at the launch of iPhone 6S and 6S Plus in Islamabad

Babar Bajwa CCO Zong handed-over first iPhone 6s to a customer that is resident of Islamabad.

Speaking at the occasion Mr Bajwa said, “We, at Zong, endeavor to bring innovative solutions through latest technologies to our customers in Pakistan. We are proud that we have taken another leap forward by bringing the world’s latest smartphone devices with distinction. Our customers now can experience the true speed of 4G/LTE on latest smartphones by iPhone which is a perfect technology match”.


Babar Bajwa, Chief Commercial Officer, Zong, handing over iPhone 6S to Shumail Khan company’s first iPhone 6S customer at Zong’s Experience Center in Islamaba

First 100 iPhone customers received Mifi devices worth Rs 6,000/- from Zong that was an add-on for them. Most of the customers immediately unsealed their iPhones and started enjoying fastest internet speed besides taking selfies and sharing with their near and dear ones.

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will soon be available on selected Zong Customer Service Centres nationwide paired with official warranty.

Zong is offering iPhone 6s and 6s plus on 6% and 10% discount with 3 months and 6 months advance line rent plans. Further details can be found through www.zong.com.pk.

  • I’ll rather go for an iPhone 6s without warranty and save around 10k. Warranty/accidental coverage is just a marketing stunt in Pakistan.

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