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Telenor 3G Packages

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Telenor 3G Packages

Posted on 21 June 2014 by Ariel Sharoon - Total hits: 2,642

3G Packages For Telenor Users… Enjoy!!!!!!

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Telenor 3G Packages

3G, short form of third Generation, is the third generation of mobile telecommunications technology. 3G telecommunication networks support services that provide an information transfer rate of at least 200 kbit/s.

Later 3G releases, often denoted 3.5G and 3.75G, also provide mobile broadband access of several Mbit/s to smartphones and mobile modems in laptop computers.

This ensures it can be applied to wireless voice telephony, mobile Internet access, fixed wireless Internet access, video calls and mobile TV technologies.

This is based on a set of standards used for mobile devices and mobile telecommunications use services and networks that comply with the International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000) specifications by the International Telecommunication Union.[2] 3G finds application in wireless voice telephony, mobile Internet access, fixed wireless Internet access, video calls and mobile TV.

A new generation of cellular standards has appeared approximately every tenth year since 1G systems were introduced in 1981/1982. Each generation is characterized by new frequency bands, higher data rates and non–backward-compatible transmission technology.

The first release of the 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard does not completely fulfill the ITU 4G requirements called IMT-Advanced.

First release LTE is not backward-compatible with 3G, but is a pre-4G or 3.9G technology,[citation needed] however sometimes branded 4G by the service providers. Its evolution LTE Advanced is a 4G technology. WiMAX is another technology verging on or marketed as 4G.

For Prepaid User:


3G Bundles


Quota (MB’s)

Validity  (Days)

Subscription String

Daily Bundle





Daily Plus Bundle





3 Day Bundle





Weekly Bundle





Monthly Bundle





Monthly Plus Bundle






NOTE: Video Call Charges: Rs.2+tax / 5 Minutes

Terms and Conditions

  • Default rate, Usage without subscribing to bundles will be charged at 10 Paisa / 10 KB
  • After Rs.50 of daily charging on default rate further usage will be completely free for the rest of the day
  • Additional usage after bundles are consumed will be charged at 1 Paisa / 10 KB (valid till bundle end date)
  • 3G bundles will work both on 2G and 3G
  • 2G bundles will not work on Telenor 3G
  • Video Call
    • Charging of Video Call will be done on a 5 Minutes Basis.
    • A video call capable phone is required.
    • Both parties need to be in 3G area and have 3G Video Call capable phone.
    • Please note Hangout, Facetime, Skype and other OTT apps will be charged as per the relevant Data / Internet Rate.

For Postpaid User:


3G Bundles Rupees Quota (MB’s) Validity
Internet  100 100 150 10 Days
Internet  200 200 300 30 Days
Internet  350 350 600 30 Days
Internet  600 600 4,000 30 Days
Internet  1000 1000 8,000 30 Days
NOTE: Video Call Charges: Rs.2+tax / 5 MinutesTerms and Conditions

  • Internet Bundles are available on all Postpaid price plans including Smart plans
  • Default rate, usage without subscribing to bundles will be charged at 10 Paisa / 10 KB
  • Additional usage after bundles are consumed will be charged at 5 Paisa / 10 KB (valid till bundle end date)
  • Internet Bundles will work on both 2G & 3G
  • Video Call
    • Charging of Video Call will be done on a 5 Minutes Basis.
    • A video call capable phone is required.
    • Both parties need to be in 3G area and have 3G Video Call capable phone.
    • Please note Hangout, Facetime, Skype and other OTT apps will be charged as per the relevant Data / Internet Rate.

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Protest Against Telenor’s khamoshi Ka Boycott TVCs

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Protest Against Telenor’s khamoshi Ka Boycott TVCs

Posted on 21 March 2011 by PakBee - Total hits: 4,114

People of Multan are on the roll. Being always the first in any kind of resistance, NGOs and public in Multan staged a protest in front of Multan Press Club against Telenor’s “Khamoshi ka Boycott” TVCs.

The protest, on Sunday, was called by various NGO’s including Naveed Sehar Foundation, Save Future of the Child Organization, Young Pakistanis Organization, Rabita Pakistan Pasiban.

Protestors were holding banners to show their displeasure for Telenor’s “Kahmoshi ka Boycott” TVCs.

Senior officials of above mentioned NGO’s said that Telenor’s TVCs are not only spreading despair amongst Pakistanis but they are also negatively showing the culture of Pakistan which is hampering the image of the country.

They said that Telenor is presenting Pakistan’s culture in worst possible manner just for the sake of their marketing and subscriber count.

They said that gender discrimination and harassment is a global phenomenon. “While the ratio of sexual harassment incidents in Pakistan is way lower than other countries, Telenor is misrepresenting the facts just to spoil Pakistan’s image”, said a protestor.

“Telenor is trying to portray that due to gender discrimination, people don’t allow their sisters, daughters to work or to get education, which is not the case in real”, he added.

Protestors demanded Telenor to immediately stop airing these TVCs or these protests will be taken to next level.

Protestors demanded PTA to devise a policy for cellular company, so that national interest, national integrity and culture is not compromised in future TVCs from cellular companies.

Telenor Pakistan is airing a series of TVCs in which they are asking for the public opinion about various issues including:

* Booti Culture
* Parchi System
* Aurton ki Izzat (Women’s respect)

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Pakistan Exchanged 151 Billion SMS in 2009

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Pakistan Exchanged 151 Billion SMS in 2009

Posted on 16 January 2011 by PakBee - Total hits: 4,152

In a report published by PTA, on SMS traffic trends in local and global markets, says that a total of 151.6385 billion text messages were exchanged by Pakistani cellular subscribers in fiscal year 2009-10, generating a revenue of Rs. 40.76 billion.

This figure translates into 1532 SMS per subscriber in an year or 128 SMS per subscriber in one month. Average price of one SMS is said to be at 27 paisas.

Report says that four billion mobile subscribers use SMS service around the world, who sent five trillion messages in 2009 i.e. approximately 105 sms per person per month.

Pakistan is ranked Number four for average number of SMS sent per subscriber in a month.

By 2013 the volume of messages will double to 10 trillion, according to Portio Research. That is, the SMS traffic will grow double in coming four years. The forward prediction can be seen in following figure:

According to ITU, SMS traffic is generating an estimated revenue of USD 812,000 every minute (or around USD 14,000 every second) for the cellular companies from 5.3Billion users.

In 2009, SMS revenue accounted for 12% of China’s largest mobile operator’s total revenue. The Philippines and the United States combined accounted for 35% of all SMS sent in 2009.

SMS Traffic in Recent Years:

In Pakistan, SMS traffic over past few years is reported as following:

* 2006 PK Messaging: Approximately 8.7 Billion messages
* 2007 PK Messaging: Approximately 22.6 Billion messages
* 2008 PK Messaging: Approximately 61 Billion messages
* 2009 PK Messaging: Approximately 151.7 Billion messages

Report says that SMS traffic in Pakistan was exchanged at an average rate of 27 Paisa (Rs. 027) per SMS in the year 2009.

Report said that 80 percent of SMS traffic utilized SMS bundles offered by cellular companies, while rest of 20 percent SMS were sent using flat rate of Rs.1/sms.

An average bundled package of 700-SMS/ Month is approximately for Rs. 60. According to these two rates, the revenue for SMS-traffic is calculated to be approximately 40.76 Billion.

Operator Wise Details:

Zong and Mobilink has more outgoing traffic than the incoming traffic. Ufone has the highest SMS traffic on the network. The out and incoming traffic of Mobilink is almost balanced in each month respectively. Telenor has quite high incoming than its outgoing.

Following is the dissection of the traffic of all the operators network.

According to Mobilink, it has highest difference in exchange of traffic with Ufone. Incoming traffic from Ufone is more than the sent traffic. Similarly its receiving more SMS messages from Zong than the sent messages. Where as its sending more messages to Telenor and Warid.

Ufone SMS traffic is the highest landing traffic at the Telenor network. Zong is also sending more traffic to Telenor than is receiving from it. It is interesting to note here that he incoming traffic to telenor from all other networks, except warid, is more than its outgoing to all the networks.

Zong is sending more SMS to all the operators than receiving The difference in exchange of traffic is highest with Warid, followed by Mobilink then Telenor and Ufone.

*Download Complete Report – Report by ProPakistani.PK

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Telenor Karo Mumkin

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Telenor Karo Mumkin

Posted on 10 March 2010 by PakBee - Total hits: 5,112

Telenor Pakistan wants you to share your thoughts and opinions for for the promising future of the Pakistan.

Idea is very simple; Telenor wants Pakistanis to connect with each others’ ideas, at a platform governed by the company. Users can post ideas through SMS, call, Telenor’s website and via postal mail.

Telenor is maintaining the list of all ideas (category wise) on its website. Along with it has success stories, inspirational videos and  images.

All ideas will be discussed and evaluated by a panel of Pakistani intellectuals through the nationwide television coverage.

One winning idea will be selected & recognized through the “Telenor Karo Mumkin” show.

Through Karo Mumkin, Telenor intends to achieve CSR goals and first hand relation with its customers. A good click to start with, however to calculate the effectiveness we will have to wait for the results and changes that this campaign will bring for the society.

You got something interesting? Share it here:

SMS/CALL: 576 (for telenor customers only)
CALL:               0345-555-5540         0345-555-5540 (For all networks)
PO Box: 345 Lahore
Or through this page: http://www.telenor.com.pk/karomumkin/?page_id=341

You can send entries before 31st March, 2010


You can post your idea in following categories:

  • Education
  • Human Capital
  • Agriculture
  • Environment
  • Technology
  • Business
  • Support
  • Entertainment

One suggestion: Posting ideas through website is little hard to understand, one click submission should be enabled so that non-techy persons can share their thoughts with further ease.

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How to Send/Receive Money through Easy Paisa

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How to Send/Receive Money through Easy Paisa

Posted on 21 November 2009 by PakBee - Total hits: 4,603

Telenor recently launched a service called ‘Money Transfer’ under the banner of Easy Paisa, through which any Pakistani citizen can transfer Money across the country through 4,000 outlets.
This post will brief the process and steps involved in sending/receiving money through Money Transfer.

To Send Money through ‘Money Transfer’

The Sender needs to bring and provide the following for a Money Transfer:

  • His/her original & valid Nadra CNIC along with 1 Photocopy (Mandatory)
  • Receiving person’s valid Nadra CNIC Number (Mandatory)
  • His/her own mobile phone number (optional) & receiver’s mobile phone number (Optional)

If you have above mentioned three things, simply go to any authorized Easy Paisa outlet and do following

  • Tell retailer the amount of money and provide up-mentioned 3 things
  • Retailer will do the transaction using his/her mobile phone (just like easy share), and will ask you to enter a pass code or secret code to enter. Do not tell this secret code to everyone.
  • Once transaction is done, you will be given a Transaction ID and a hard copy of receipt.
  • Pay retailer the money + service charges (chart about service charges is given below)
  • If the Sender and Receiver mobile phone numbers are provided, Both the Sender and Receiver will be able to receive transaction information via a SMS message. You will not receive pass code in SMS, just the transaction ID, amount and CNIC numbers.

Important: Please do not waste/dispose of receipt, as it is going to be your only proof that you sent this money. Also note that Pass Code should not be given to any one…

Now give this Transaction ID and pass code you entered to receiving party, and that’s it. You are done with sending money.

Service Charges

Easy Paisa Service Charges

How to Receive Money Through ‘Money Transfer’

If a friend or family member has sent you money through ‘Money transfer’, then do following to collect your money

Make sure you have following things before you go to Easy Paisa outlet

  • Original & valid Nadra CNIC along with 1 Photocopy (Mandatory)
  • Transaction ID – that sender has told you (Mandatory)
  • Pass code – that sender has told you (Mandatory)

Once you have these things, go to any authorized Easy Paisa outlet, and do following

  • Tell the retailer your Transaction ID
  • Provide him/her with Original and photocopy of CNIC
  • And enter the pass code on retailer’s phone when he/she asks you
  • Take the money – and that’s it.

Important Note: Expired Nadra CNICs will not be accepted for the sending or receiving of Money Transfer transactions.

Here is a Demo Video for better understanding of whole process…!

Where to find Easy Paisa Outlet: For Money Transfer, a customer can approach any Telenor Sales and Service Center, Tameer Bank branch, Telenor Franchise or any easypaisa shop. Complete list of Easy Paisa outlets is given here: http://www.easypaisa.com.pk/agent.php

Further Information:

  • You can send or receive maximum of Rs. 10,000 or maximum of three transaction per month per CNIC
  • Anyone with a CNIC (even non-Telenor customers) can send money through Money Transfer
  • There is no requirement for the sender or the receiver to be registered.
  • Money transfer will be done in seconds, so one done, receiver can collect money instantly.
  • As per State Bank’s Regulations, all un-claimed amounts (transactions sent but not received) will be surrendered to the State Bank of Pakistan after 10 years. However, Customers are encouraged to receive their transactions at the earliest to avoid any inconvenience.
  • To report any fraudulent activity or about any unauthorized easypaisa agent, please contact 111-345-100 immediately.

Help Line: In case of any query, or if you have forgotten your passcode, or for what ever Call 345 from Telenor or 111-345-100 from any landline/non-Telenor numbers.

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