Ufone, being the most affordable telecom provider in the industry has launched ‘100+100’ offer through which the subscribers will get 100 free minutes every time they recharge their accounts with Rs.100 or more. These minutes can be used to call any network inPakistanas the subscriber gets 90 free on-net minutes and 10 free off-net minutes.
Once again Ufone has lived up to its reputation of delighting the customers with extreme value propositions. Ufone has successfully reinforced its stance as a customer centric organization by introducing this offer which is expected to create ripples in the market.
To subscribe to the offer customers will simply have to dial *36# and there is a one-time opt in fee of Rs. 5+tax that will be charged upon availing the offer. The validity of the free minutes will be 3 calendar days. To check for remaining balance and free minutes the customers can dial *707#. This is a limited time offer and is only valid till 31st October 2011.
In the recent past Ufone has offered unmatched packages and unique discounts that have been designed to meet the specific needs of the customers. Ufone has been the pioneer in introducing the most competitive call rates in the market. Ufone offers one of the most economical SMS and call packages – some with almost unlimited SMSs and virtually free calls. Similarly, by subscribing to the 100+100 offer, subscribers can avail the reward of 100 free minutes as often as they want without any upper limit.
Speaking on the launch Akbar Khan, Chief Marketing Officer at Ufone said that in this age of technological discovery and innovation, companies have to keep their customers at the forefront of every decision that they make. Ufone has always been conscious of the requirements of the end users and the 100+100 offer reinstates the organizations stance as being customer-centric. Currently this is the best offer in the market and we are very proud to be able to serve the communication needs and bring happiness to our valued customers. At Ufone it truly is all about ‘U’.