Continuing its streak of unbeatable international roaming (IR) offers for its valued customers in this time of Covid-19 crisis, Pakistan’s leading cellular and digital services provider, Zong 4G, has come up with yet another exciting international roaming bundle.
This time around, the IR offer covers Saudi Arabia offering multiple packages to fit most budgets and help Pakistanis stay connected with their loved ones back home while they make the unavoidable travel to the kingdom or stay there for a while during the pandemic.
Through the Saudi Arabia international roaming offer, users can get 1 GB data and 70 minutes for PKR 1,499 +Tax, 1 GB data and 140 minutes for PKR 2,499 +Tax, and 1 GB data and 210 minutes for PKR 3,499 +Tax. The validity for all packages is flat 90 days. Zong’s prepaid customers can avail of the package by dialing *4255#
“We have launched the Saudi Arabia international roaming offer at different price points so that people of all budgets and connectivity needs can equally benefit from them,” said the Zong 4G spokesperson. “Knowing that Saudi Arabia is like a second home to Pakistanis and thousands of Pakistanis live and work there, we have designed these specific bundles to serve their varying communication needs amid the coronavirus pandemic.”
Of late, Zong 4G has launched some other unrivaled international roaming offers for different countries including China and UAE. Last year, Zong 4G became the first Pakistani telecom operator to offer both prepaid and postpaid roaming bundles for China empowering users with seamless connectivity while on the move.
Driven by its passion for customer empowerment and facilitation, Zong 4G is committed to serving the Pakistani people in newer and more innovative ways. The company has especially emerged as a primary connectivity partner for Pakistanis who are traveling overseas or are stuck at different international locations due to the coronavirus shutdowns. The new Saudi Arabia offer will be of huge help as many Pakistanis are facing financial and employment crises in KSA as a result of the pandemic.