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Ufone Postpay Prime Packages Now Avail 50% off

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Now the Ufone Postpay subscribers can avail 50% off on Postpay 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.

Avail 50% off on Ufone Postpay Prime Packages

Prime 300

 Line Rent was  Line Rent now  ON Net  Off Net  SMS  Data (MBs)
 Rs. 300 Rs. 300 1000 150 1000 500

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Prime 600

 Line Rent was  Line Rent now  ON Net  Off Net  SMS  Data (MBs)
 Rs. 600 Rs. 300 2000 300 2000 1000

Prime 1000

 Line Rent was  Line Rent now  ON Net Off-Net  SMS  Data (MBs)
 Rs. 1000 Rs. 500 5000 500 5000 2000

Prime 1500

 Line Rent was  Line Rent now  ON Net Off-Net  SMS  Data (MBs)
 Rs.1500 Rs. 750 7000 750 7000 8000

Zong All Daily, Weekly and Monthly packages

    Terms & Condition:
  • 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.
  • Regional tax details are available on https://www.ufone.com/tax-2/
  • After consumption of free resources, call will be charged @ Rs. 1.50, SMS @ Rs. 1.00 and internet @ Rs. 2.00/MB
  • Your SIM is your identity, only use SIMs issued through Biometric Verification – PTA.
  • All Postpay products are auto-recursive unless otherwise stated.

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