With most of the world forced to stay at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a rapid increase in internet usage over the course of the past month or so.
Pakistan is also undergoing a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus as the cases are rapidly increasing in all parts of the country. Amid this health crisis, the telcos have made lives easier for everyone by offering very reasonable internet bundles, especially for those who have no option but to work from home.
The work cannot stop and neither can the internet with all the amazing internet bundles on offer by all the telcos in Pakistan.
Without further ado, let’s have a look at all the work from home internet packages for all of you.
Prepaid – Jazz Work From Home Bundle
Jazz, one of the biggest telecom operators in Pakistan, is offering a tailor-made package for those working from home. The Jazz Work From Home bundle provides 10 GB data, and almost unlimited on-net calls during office-timings i.e. from 8 AM to 6 PM for the whole week for Rs. 100.
Subscription Code: *117*14#
Status Code: *117*14*2#
Once the offer is expired, the user will have to resubscribe it by dialing the subscription code. A call setup fee of Rs. 0.15 per call also applies.
Telenor Stay Home Weekly Bundle
Using this offer, you can stay connected for the whole week with 4,000 MBs between 6 AM to 6 PM for just Rs. 50.
Subscription Code: *71#
Telenor Business Continuity Packages
With more and more businesses shifting to work from home model, Telenor has offered its corporate clients exactly what they had been looking for in these desperate times.
|Plan||Monthly Line Rent (Rs.)||All Network Minutes (Local)||Internet (MB)||All Network SMS (Local)||Team Talk Minutes|
If any of these bundles isn’t sufficient, you can also use Business Continuity Add-on for an extra Rs. 600, which offers the following:
|Other Network Minutes (Local)||300|
|All Network SMS (Local)||2000|
Additionally, you can subscribe to any of the following Business Continuity Bundles to enhance free resources:
The spillover rate is Rs. 1/MB.
|Bundle||Price (Rs.)||Internet (MB)|
Team Talk Bundles:
|Bundle||Price (Rs.)||Team Talk Minutes|
|Team Talk 200||200||5,000|
|Team Talk 500||500||15,000|
Hum Aik Hain Offer
This is another offer for corporate postpaid customers, offering free minutes, free data and free SMS. It will be activated on active corporate numbers with compatible Telenor postpaid price plans and will be valid until the 30th of April 2020.
Zong Haftawar Load Offer
Zong is also offering an enticing all-in-one offer during the COVID-19 emergency. Here’s all you need to know:
|Recharge Required||Rs. 250|
|Zong to Zong Minutes||5000|
|Other Operator Minutes||80|
|Mobile Internet MBs||5000|
Ufone Weekly Internet Plus
Although this is not a dedicated work from home package, however, Ufone is now offering double the internet on its Weekly Internet Plus package.
|Resources||3GB + 3GB (from 1 AM to 8 AM)|
|Validity||7 Calendar Days|
|To subscribe dial||*260#|
Note: We will keep adding new bundles and bundles in this article as new offers are announced.
Sajawal is offering these data packages?
sajawal is updating us.
No new offer from ZONG and UFONE.
JAZZ offer is best in this hard time.
Only jazz and telenor offers are for current scenario zong and ufone are still looting people
Ufone Super Card 600
is offering 5000 Extra U2U and PTCL
I am Ufone User
Only companies who offer better internet package are considered good package call minutes are not very useful. I m a zong user
pathetic Network for 2G and network Connectivity
Call Quality is Too Low
hamaisha Net ee nhi chahiay hota
Call and SMS ki b zaroorat parrti hai While Zong is The best in Internet Only
Suggest Mr. Sajawal Rehman you’ve not included in your list of ISP’s as PTCL and other fix line service providers.
The Regulatory Authority has given a level playing platform to compete and facilitate the difficult times of Corona Virus. The PTCL has no offer at all, as Ufone is a small stake holder of PTCL. PTCL, Storm Fiber, and many others licensed by PTA should essentially participate in this call for level playing field from the Government of Pakistan and the Regulatory Authority.