Warid Customers Can Now Use 3G Internet with New Packages

The Mobilink-Warid merger is a win-win situation for customers of both networks, even before the companies are merged into a single entity.

Since Mobilink owns a 3G license and Warid holds LTE, now customers can get the benefit of both. It is reported that Mobilink is already testing LTE for Jazz customers and it has started offering 3G service to Warid customers officially.

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How to Check 3G Coverage?

Warid Customers can dial *443# on their phone and select 3G coverage option to check if this service is available in their area.

3G Packages:

Currently Warid is offering select 3G packages to its customers, the details of which are as follows:

  • Daily Facebook, WhatsApp – Rs. 5/30MB
  • Daily Internet Package – Rs. 12/50MB
  • 3 Day Internet Package – Rs. 20/100MB
  • Weekly Internet Package – Rs. 50/300MB
  • Weekly Social Internet Package – Rs. 75/500MB + 200MB (Facebook & WhatsApp)
  • Weekly Internet Package – Rs. 110/1000MB
  • Monthly Internet Package – Rs. 160/1500MB
  • Monthly Internet Package – Rs. 300/2000MB
  • Monthly Internet Package – Rs. 500/5000MB
  • Monthly Internet Package – Rs. 800/8000MB

These packages are inclusive of all taxes and customers can dial *443# to subscribe to these new 3G packages.

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