Zong All-Set To Ease Communication Needs by Providing Free Services to Its Earthquake Affected Customers

Keeping in mind the recent earthquake that has jolted most of the regions of KP and FATA, Zong being a responsible corporate entity is offering 20 Free minutes, 20 SMS and 20 MBs data absolutely free to its valued customers in the 20 devastated districts of KP and FATA the next 10 days. Zong customers that are residents of Bajaur Agency, Khyber Agency, Shangla, Barikot, Swat, Lower/Upper Dir, Chitral, D.I.Khan, Gilgit, Hunza, Lakki Marwat, Kohat, Malakand, Mardan, Takhtbai, Nowshera and Tank will get 20 Free Minutes of call time, 20 SMSs and 20 MBs of data absolutely free on a Daily Basis from November 01 till November 10.

Zong All-Set To Ease Communication Needs by Providing Free Services to Its Earthquake Affected Customers

Speaking at the occasion, Niaz A. Malik, Deputy CEO Zong said:

“We are in deep pain as Pakistanis across the country faced one of the worst earthquake ever. This 8.1 magnitude quake has taken many lives and a number of Pakistanis have been injured. Being a responsible corporate company, Zong has decided to come forward and play its role. We know that we have to go a long way ahead, but this small token to our valued customers will definitely ease up the communication needs of our customers.”

Mr. Malik said:

“Zong network is working efficiently and is providing best communication services to its valued customers throughout Pakistan. Our valued customers can remain in contact with their near and dear ones without any interruption. Zong belief in our nation has always propelled us forward. We have invested the most funds in bringing new innovative technologies in the form of 4G, creating unique customer experience and bringing latest devices. Now we will be using this high end Technology to connect the disaster stricken areas so our customers can remain connected free of cost. Zong has always been there for the nation as a premier Chinese investment in Pakistan and is a symbol of the Pak China corridor.”

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