Mobilink Xpress to air 20 hours of live radio transmission
ISLAMABAD: March 8, 2014 –Mobilink has launched Mobilink Xpress which offers 20 hours of non-stop daily live transmission for Mobilink customers. The infotainment based value added live audio transmission service aims at providing infotainment through a host of shows that will interest people from all walks of life.
Wasif Mustafa, Head of Marketing Mobilink said, “Mobilink Xpress with its unique content is a means to add value to the experience of our growing customer base across Pakistan and offering them entertainment opportunities in the palm of their hands. I am confident that our customers will make the most out of this service as they enjoy country’s best cellular and data services to fulfill their communication needs.’’
Mobilink Xpress is the first of its kind service being offered in Pakistan. The service offers featured programs including morning shows, cooking and food shows, evening drive time shows, music programs, showbiz news, poetry and comedy shows. The service is being offered in Urdu and is accessible on all mobile handsets.
Mobilink Xpress is available on an interactive IVR at dial code 7010 without any subscription charges. Both Mobilink pre and post-paid customers can enjoy the service round the clock for Rs. 0.10 + tax / 2 minutes.
Mobilink is Pakistan’s leading provider of voice and data services. With over 37 million subscribers, Mobilink maintains market leadership with coverage in over 20,000 cities, towns and villages across Pakistan. With an investment of USD 4.3 billion in Pakistan, Mobilink continues to innovate through cutting-edge, state of the art technology, a portfolio of Mobile Financial Services, strongest brands, the largest portfolio of value added services, the largest bio-metric SIM verification footprint as well as the country’s largest network with over 9,000 cell sites. The company also has the largest distribution and call center network that enables it to offer wider accessibility and quality customer services across Pakistan.