Avail 50% off on Ufone Postpay Prime Packages

Ufone always has something new for us. Be it cost-effective packages or unlimited discounts, this telecom operator of Pakistan has won our hearts by providing some great offers to customers. Ufone was the one who brought the concept of Super cards to Pakistan which was followed by everyone else. However, usually, all the great packages were launched for Prepaid users and Postpaid users are always neglected when it comes to offers and packages at subsidized rates. Ufone already had postpay prime packages and the company has offered 50 percent off on all the postpay packages. Nothing is more fascinating than getting flat 50% off offer.

Avail 50% off on Ufone Postpay Prime Packages

One can get a 50% discount online rent of Ufone Prime Packages 600 and above for the first 3 months after subscription. This is a limited time offer and is only valid for new Postpay customers.

Here are the offer details:

PackageLine Rent wasLine Rent nowOn-netOff-NetSMSData MBS
Prime 60060030020001501000500
Prime 10001000500500050050002000
Prime 15001500750700075070008000

Also Read: Stay Connected with Ufone Special Daily Offer

Terms and Conditions:

  • Only applicable for Prime 600, 1000 & 1500
  • Offer valid for New Sales/ MNP/ Prepaid to Postpaid conversions
  • Discount initiated in the first bill run
  • Discount to be valid for the next two bill runs
  • If a subscriber upgrades within eligible packages, line rent discount will be applicable, while availing the resources of the higher package.
  • If a subscriber joins Prime 600, 1000 or 1500, while availing the offer discount, they will not be able to downgrade or move to prepaid for the next 3 months (during promotion duration).
  • On Net minutes include U2U and PTCL minutes.
  • All charges mentioned are without taxes.
  • After consumption of free resources, call will be charged @ Rs. 1.50, SMS @ Rs. 1.00 and internet @ Rs. 2.00/MB

Source: Ufone

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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