Warid starts free Data Usage Alerts for International Roaming subscribers
Karachi, November 21, 2013 (PPI-OT): This exciting service is launched for the very first time in Pakistan by any telecom operator which allows postpaid subscribers to get free data usage alerts while roaming abroad. This service will be a great help to such users who keep their data services active during International roaming. Now they will be able to get timely alerts so they can keep a check on their data usage and can roam around without worrying about their bill.
The postpaid customers roaming abroad will be informed of their data usage through an SMS after every 4 hours. Data roamers can now manage their monthly bill through these usage incurred alerts. For example, after every four hours subscribers will get a message saying “Dear Customer, Last 4 hours DATA usage for your number is —KB. Smartphone users can stop Data Services/Auto Sync options anytime to avoid over billing.”
Warid Postpaid customers using data roaming can avail this service free of cost. To unsubscribe from this service customers simply have to dial 321 to talk to Warid’s Customer Service Representative and unsubscribe this service.
Connecting the skies and the seas Warid offers a grand International Roaming network that connects to some 264 International partners in 152 countries for 2G roaming followed by 192 partners in 115 countries for GPRS/Data roaming and there is pre-activated roaming offered for Warid Prepaid that is available in major countries across the globe.
It also offers in-flight roaming with Aero-mobile and On-Air that allows subscribers to use their mobile phones during flights and Marine time roaming that facilitates sea travellers. Bringing consumer convenience to its next level, Warid continues to stand-out and strives for excellence in connecting people beyond borders.
For more information, contact:
Public Relations Department
Warid Telecom (Pvt.) Limited
Phone: +92 322–4257777
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