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Warid extends international roaming coverage

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Warid Telecom, a global mobile telecommunications company, has broadened its horizons and extended its international roaming coverage in Africa and other global territories.

Warid Telecom was among the first few operators in Pakistan to have commercially launched in-flight roaming with Aeromobile and OnAir. In-flight roaming provides Warid roamers with a safe and cost-effective way to use their mobile phones during flights. Further, marine-time roaming has also given outbound roamers an opportunity to avail roaming facilities not only on land and air but also at sea.

“The current roaming market scenario is very different and is consistently varying from time to time. One has to stay up to date with new products, solutions and technologies that pave way to overcoming new roaming barriers. With regard to this, we at Warid have always been persistent in having our roamers covered with latest technologies, affordable rates and supreme quality voice routes,” says Asma Khan, General Manager of Warid’s International Business.

There’s currently a growing need to reach distances across the globe and keeping users connected to their friends and family back home. In the fast growing world of telecommunication, International roaming has evolved so rapidly that staying connected with everyone is no longer a problem – making and receiving calls, sending and receiving texts or images or even browsing the Internet while traveling abroad can be possible with International roaming.

Warid is continuously striving to widen its international business portfolio. Since then, the company has managed to connect some 248 operators in 148 countries for 2G roaming followed by 163 operators in 102 countries for GPRS/Data roaming and the list of prepaid roaming operators and destinations is soaring high as well.

By: Staff Writer


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