Jazz has launched an irresistible all-in-one hybrid bundle offer for its customers who wished to have something like a Super Card. Jazz users can now avail 1200 Jazz and Warid minutes, 1200 SMS, 100 other network minutes & 1000 MB of 4G internet with Jazz Super Duper Monthly Offer.
Jazz Super Duper package can be subscribed for just Rs. 380 (inclusive of taxes). Considering the price, the package offers great value for money since taxes are already included in bundle price.
The offer can be availed by both, Jazz and Warid, users.
- Free Resources:
- 1,200 On-net Minutes
- 100 Off-net Minutes
- 1,200 SMS
- 1,200 MBs
- Price: Rs. 380 (Including Taxes)
- Validity: 30 days
How to Subscribe?
- To Subscribe: *706#
- Check Status: *706*2#
Terms & Conditions
- The offer does not have call setup charges.
- After subscribing on *706#, customer will have access to Monthly All Network Offer for exact 30 calendar days; offer expires at midnight of 30th calendar day (including subscription day)
- The offer is non-recursive and customers will have to dial *706# again to avail the offer more than once
- Monthly All Network Offer subscribers should have a minimum balance of Rs. 0.15 in store
- Free Minutes/ SMS/ Data is usable throughout the day
- Internet offer works on 2G, 3G and 4G networks which can be consumed at 4G or 3G speeds, if available.
- Actual Internet speed depends on various factors like device, web-pages accessed, time of day, number of simultaneous users, and distance from 3G/4G site etc.
- If you haven’t subscribed to any bundle, charges then would be according to base rate i.e. Rs. 3.59/ MB. Charging pulse will be 512 KB
- Withholding tax of 12.5% applies to recharge/bill
- Service charges: 5.11%; operational fee: 5.11% (apply on recharge); FED: 17% (applies to usage in Federal Territory, FATA, AJK and Gilgit Baltistan)
- Service charges: 5%; operational fee: 5% (apply on recharge); FED: 19.5% (applies to usage in Punjab, Sindh, Baluchistan, and KP)
- Federal Territory, FATA, AJK and Gilgit Baltistan would be charged 2.14% higher prices