Jazz Revises Tariffs for One of its MBB 3G/4G Internet Packages

Jazz has announced that it is increasing the price for one of its mobile broadband 3G/4G packages.

Previously its 50GB monthly MBB package, called “Monthly Internet Heavy”, was charged at Rs. 2,000 per month, and will now cost Rs. 2,500 per month.

New prices are effective from February 23rd, 2017.

Jazz said that “Monthly Internet Heavy” is the only MBB package that has been revised. Prices for all other MBB and regular 3G/4G packages are going to remain the same.

Just in case if you don’t know, MBB packages come with data SIMs only and can be availed with those dongles or MiFi devices.

Not to mention, Zong increased prices for its MBB packages just a few weeks ago and we had predicted that other operators could follow their footsteps.

Mobile phone companies are excited on how Pakistani consumers are shifting to MBB devices as their primary internet source. Due to insufficient and unreliable wired broadband solutions, a large number of individuals have shifted to high-speed wireless internet solutions like the one in question.

Not only are the sales soaring for MBB devices, they actually mean a higher consistent revenue (ARPU)  – as much as 10 times of the usual mobile phone user.

Mobile phone companies will only have to make sure that their customers are served with sufficient speeds on MBB devices and their long-lost ARPUs will start rising again.

Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK


  • “Mobile phone companies are excited on how Pakistani consumers are shifting to MBB devices”.

    Soon they will be unhappy if they didn’t stop monopolizing MBB tariffs.

  • F*** Mobilink and Zong.
    Ptcl has revised its Charji packages. Now they are offering 50 GB for Rs 2000 while 75 GB for Rs 2500.

    Besides if you subscribe Zong 50GB/6 month package for Rs 10,000 the monthly charges will be 1667 rupees per 50 GB only.

  • Can anyone tell me where and how to claim the warranty of Zong fiberhome devices? Mine has stopped functioning and its a hardware defect.

  • Ltd feature videos

    Watch more at LTD

    close
    >