Mobilink Jazz Smartphone Festival Easy Installment Plans Update: Jazz has exclusively partnered with Smartlink Technologies and Greentech for Mobilink Jazz Smartphone Festival Easy Installment Plans.
This Mobilink Jazz Smartphone Festival Easy Installment Plans allows customers to buy their favorite smartphones on easy installment plans from any Jazz Service Center across Pakistan. Furthermore, a host of Xiaomi accessories is also available with amazing discounts.
Every device bought in this Mobilink Jazz Smartphone Festival Easy Installment Plans will come with a free 4G data offer, so customers can experience Jazz’s exceptional mobile internet service. Customers will be evaluated on the basis of a set credit scoring criteria and receive the device upfront after verification and agreeing to the terms and conditions.
Speaking about the offer, Muhammad Ali Khan, Head of Data and Devices – Jazz, said:
“We are constantly looking for avenues to provide our customers with the best in-class services and products. The ‘Jazz Smartphone Festival’ looks to facilitate our customers with hi-end smartphone devices so they can continue doing the things they enjoy online. This is our way of thanking them for years of support.”
The Mobilink Jazz Smartphone Festival Easy Installment Plans looks to promote smartphone usage in the country and is in line with Jazz’s commitment of introducing innovative products and services to improve the overall experience for valued customers.
Jazz is the largest mobile network in Pakistan formed by the merger of Mobilink and Warid. It provides a range of services for prepaid and postpaid customers to individual and corporate clients. Its Head Office is located in Islamabad.
Jazz was formerly known as Mobilink (PMCL), however in November 2015, it announced a merger with WaridTel Pakistan, both companies re-launched under the ‘Jazz’ brand name. Both merged companies now collectively server 50 million subscribers in Pakistan.
Jazz has over 8500 active cell sites in the country, with over 6500 kilometers of Fiber Optic cable laid. Huawei, Nokia-Siemens, Alcatel and ZTE are the primary vendors for networking equipment at Jazz, including Radio Base Stations, Microwave equipment and network switches. Over 20 cities are also covered under Jazz’s recently launched LTE service as well. Jazz uses Ericsson for its intelligent networks and Acision for it’s SMSC. Jazz has invested over 3.9 billion US Dollars in their network.
In March 2017, Jazz inaugurated their new state-of-the-art Network Operations Center (NOC), it uses IBM and Dell EMC to manage day-to-day network operations and provides the company with 24×7 network surveillance. The inauguration of this NOC caused minor network outages for users in some areas, however as the facility has become fully operational, all network related issues have been resolved.
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