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PTCL Student Broadband Package Revises with Bundle offer

PTCL has revised its student package by bundling it with PSTN (landline) incentives – however, the price of broadband remains the same.

PTCL is now offering student Package of 1 Mbps broadband with unlimited download, 150 free voice minutes per month and free unlimited Kehdo SMS at Rs 999 / month.

But if you need just the broadband, then and PTCL Broadband existing Student Package will cost you Rs 850 / month.

Note: Kehdou Voice SMS service was launched by PTCL back in June 2008 that enables PTCL customers to send voice SMS to cellular subscribers.

It merits mentioning here that PTCL had taken back discounts on student packages for 1 Mpbs broadband.

PTCL broadband student package has been launched with the following two offers;

  • Broadband Student Package 1 Mbps unlimited download Bundled with PSTN offering 150 Free  voice Minutes and FREE Kehdo SMS at Rs 999 / Month
  • PTCL broadband Student Package basic 1 Mbps with unlimited downloads at Rs 850 / month (Previously PTCL Educational Broadband)

 

 

Benefits and key Highlights:

  • PTCL Broadband Student Package is available in over 1000 cities across Pakistan.
  • Free E- Learning cards to all (By applying till 31st of Dec 2010)
  • Chance to win Rs. 100,000 scholarships for further education (By applying till 31st of Dec 2010
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Nokia Launches its Recycle Program through a Press event in Karachi

Pakistan has become 86th country in the world where Nokia has launched its recycling program, through a press event in Karachi.

“Take Back” program will have recycle boxes at all 9 Nokia Care centers across the country. Along with, there would be 400+ collection points and a mobile van in Karachi to serve urban mobile market.

The initiative is launched to invite the mobile phone users to recycle their old phones.

Nokia isn’t accepting only Nokia made models, but also Samsung, Siemens and other makes are also encouraged to be dropped into Recycle Boxes.

Moreover, customers can drop old batteries, chargers or any other accessories in drop boxes too.

When asked about any incentives offered to customers or society in return, Nokia said that there are no incentives for customers in this. They will have to drop their phones for no-return at all!

So there is no monetary advantage involved here. Nokia assumes that it’s the customer’s social responsibility.

However, for society’s betterment, Nokia said that it will re-invest money saved through recycling, which ultimately will help company bring better devices at low cost.

In response to a question that there are already options available to customers where they can sell their old/useless phones for Rs. 200 or so, Nokia said “Naiki ki koi keemat nae hoti”.

During the briefing, Nokia said that devices collected through this program will be shipped back to Hungry. When asked about the establishment of a recycling unit in Pakistan, Nokia explained that transporting it outside Pakistan is less costly than actually maintaining the plant here.

Following are other highlights of Nokia’s Briefing:

  • Nokia is saving some 500 million Euros, globally, out of this recycling program
  • Nokia was the first company in Pakistan to introduce simple packaging.
  • 80 percent of Nokia’s new devices are recycle-able. New packaging is also made up to 65% of recyclable material. It’s free of PVC since 2006.
  • According to Nokia’s country manager in Pakistan, average life of cell phone is one and a half year or two at most.
  • According to a survey conducted by Nokia, only 3% people know about recycling. 74% have no idea about it. 50% of the people are unaware that it is possible to recycle mobile phone
  • Interesting fact: According to Nokia’s surveys almost 8% of cell phones are stolen each year.
  • Nokia has been trying to reduce the cost of cell phones so basically they are putting their saved money in reducing the cell phone cost.
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Telenor Mala-maal Offer for easyload Retailers


Telenor is incentivizing its retailers with cash prizes and motorcycles if they make extra sales (for easyload) in the month of July 2010.

Campaign starts from Thursday, Jul 1, 2010 and will enable those retailers to enter into the lucky draw who will earn 5 percent additional sales than of their targets.

Prizes:

Motorbikes – 12 prizes
Rs. 10,000 Cash – 30 prizes
Rs. 5,000 Cash – 60 prizes
Rs. 2,100 Cash – 2100 prizes

Terms:

  • Campaign will run through the month of July (1st July 2010 to 31st July 2010)
  • This campaign is for retailers only, Franchises and Service Center staff is not eligible for it
  • Retailers can get information on their sale targets by calling 345-545
  • 5 percent additional sale will entitle one entry while 10 percent additional sale will earn you two entries in the lucky draw
  • Minimum easyload sale should be Rs. 2,000 to qualify for lucky draw
  • One retailemaximum of 10 entriesr can send
  • Telenor’s decision for lucky draw winners will be final
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