Jazz Took on the #10YearChallenge & Others Are Copying Them Now

Millions of people, celebrities and even corporations took on the #10yearchallenge during the past few days. While we all had fun with the memes – some actually posted thoughtful stuff.

For example, Jazz showed us how to win at the #10yearchallenge even though this wasn’t even a competition. The telecom company posted a picture for the challenge.

People change over time, but Jazz? Still the most loved brand of the country. #JazzSuper4G #DunyaKoBataaDo #10YearChallenge

Posted by Jazz on Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Jazz was Pakistan’s largest network a decade ago… and 10 years later, nothing has changed and the telecom service provider is still Pakistan’s largest network.

So what changed for the company? Well, in order to maintain their numbers, the company obviously had to upgrade services and keep up with the times (Jazz did get The Speedtest® award from Ookla®, an independent organization that tests internet speeds globally).

Jazz’s idea for the #10yearchallenge was so neat that a certain someone even borrowed it (without asking). Soon after Jazz posted its #10yearchallenge, Airtel followed suit.

The similarity is uncanny (they look like twins). We’re just glad somehow that creativity seeped through borders. While Airtel doesn’t intend on changing even by 2029, Jazz has big things planned.

Jazz has changed over the years. They’ve gotten bigger and better at what they do. That’s how they are still the largest network in Pakistan, they grew with us. Not just as a mobile network provider but also as a mobile Internet provider. They also have the largest mobile internet user base of over 20 million customers.

Ideas can be replicated, success though cannot.


  • Well, in order to maintain their numbers, the company obviously had to upgrade services and get itself merged with Warid.. :P So it’s not the same company now it’s somewhat like Jazzrid. And how could you ever escape Veon the blunder of the decade..!

    • And also the amount of employees they fire as compared to others is just too much… Being the largest network yet not taking care of their employees or adjusting them elsewhere is too bad.
      Other Telcos atleast adjust their employees elsewhere so they are not out of jobs even after giving their best to the companies


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