Social networking is on a rise almost everywhere in the world. So is the case in Pakistan. Our youth is getting too much obsessed with social networking. And owing to its exponential growth, telecom companies and internet service providers are rolling out packages to facilitate the social networking.
Among all the social networks available, Whatsapp is comfortably enjoying the top spot these days. Almost everyone having a smart phone also has Whatsapp account. Whatsapp’s video and image sharing, group chat and voice messages are all very much popular among the users. And this popularity has forced the telecom companies here in Pakistan to provide cheaper and even free packages for social media. One such example is Telenor Djuice’s free Whatsapp package.
How to Subscribe:
This free Whatsapp package can be subscribed by dialing *345*991# from your Telenor djuice number. You will receive a confirmation message saying that your free Whatsapp bundle has been activated for 7 days.
This package is valid for 1 week and provides you 500 MBs 2G and 3G data completely free of cost which can be used for Whatsapp messaging, images, videos and voice messages. This package doesn’t include Whatsapp calling and location services. Further, this service cannot be availed if you have zero balance. You need to have at least 1 paisa in your account to activate this service.
An Important Point to Note:
One important thing is that the package only provides support for Whatsapp data. All the other background services would eat up your balance at the standard rate. So if you wish to use this package and do not want to get your balance eaten up by the smartphone’s background updates and services, then either turn off your background services or use this service when your balance is almost zero but not zero, as the internet service cannot be setup when balance is zero.
Telenor djuice’s free Whatsapp bundle is an evidence of the popularity of social media, especially Whatsapp, among the cellular users of Pakistan. As we know that Pakistan is a growing digital market, thus more and more telecom players are pitching in with attractive packages to capture more and more customers.