Sunday, December 21, 2008
> But still you have to wait, for the time when you To to market, and
> get a Pepsi from a GSM Dispenses against money in your mobile account.
> Shiraz Shahid
It can happen as of yesterday, only if the mobile companies get serious about doing this, it can be done .
Remember the normal user can not do it on its own, unless it becomes a norm, or is taught properly to the masses.
If any of the mobile companies run a campaign, showing that this can be done, THEN yes it will start happening.
IE: Make an ad showing that you can buy your next Pepsi, Chai, paratha, Roti, or anything with small amount, using your mobile phone, this will make the service really PICKUP.
Also they may want to make the merchant account pay the transaction fee instead of the sender, and in that case they should remove the limit of 30 days from the transferred amounts.
The merchant should be able to re emburse the money if over 2000 rs via cheque to there bank account or so
Again it is very very doable, the innitiative has to come from the Mobile company, to show that it can be done.
Wednesday, July 09, 2008
IT means you can no longer see an add for London to Amsterdam for 1euro
They have to show the tax for all the fares.
I think we should have the same legislation for Telecom charges ads in Pakistan.
Something for PTA to think about.
Wednesday, July 02, 2008
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internet and cheap telecom, we would be even further more back in the last century.
That is why I was shouting so much about the raise in price on the APC price hike.
Telecom are the new freeway's of the world, and with petrol price going to 200$ a barrel, we
should use telecommuting as much as we can, as that will probabbly be the way for going to
work in the not very far future.
Let us all try to keep the prices as much down as we can, and keep the competetion alive
and healthy and strong, as that is what will drive the prices down and quality up.
Thank you to Orascom, Warid Group and Etisalat for investing in Pakistan and we welcome
others also to come to Pakistan, Make a LOT of money and in return give our country the
liberty that it diserved a long time a go.
> Pakistan will now truly become the petri dish of mass Wimax deployment
> said yesterday, the petri dish of international terrorism!).
> -Tariq Musafa
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Sunday, March 23, 2008
WorldCall has done it again by offering FREE Phone Line service to Karachites, I am not sure if it is there in other cities also.
They have now made the phone line FREE for people who can get the service.
No Connection Fee
No monthly Line Rent
No charge to call any other world call phone
No charge to call a worldcall wireless user
Pay 500 Rupees as Pre Paid Talk Time and get connected.
Oh my god, I cant help but think of the implications this will make to the economy of this country, it will just CHANGE like anything.
People will finally call more there chai wala's, chowkidaar's, Doodh Wala's to order, as there is NO CHARGE to call.
Apartment complexes can have Intercom and Phone at the same time, at no monthly cost to them, no maintenance cost to them.
Business can have a direct FREE phone line on each desk, at no cost to them and use it as a pbx system.
Here are the rates on there official web site, http://www.go4b.net.pk/services/calling_tariff.php
Call any PTCL number 60 Paisa a min.
Call USA / Canada 1.5 rupees a min ( 2 cents a min)
How do they make money ?
They and other LL Operators make money when you call them from another network, on the INCOMING call, that's what I have been preaching and teaching for many years now, and I am SO HAPPY to see this today finally making sense to them.
I hope our other great businesses in Pakistan and LL and WLL license owners will wake up to this and introduce this also in there own networks very very soon.
God bless us all.
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
Receiving Calls from Pakistan to Dubai CHEAPLY
Many ask me to sell them a Pakistan DID number so that they can use it in Dubai.
I ask them the first thing, why do u need it for, do u want to save money ?
If yes, then there is NO REASON to buy a Pakistani number to save money , but use a USA number.
WHY? Because now it is cheaper to call a USA Number from Pakistan then any other number inside Pakistan.
If you call from Pakistan to USA This is what you Pay.
World Call - 85 Paisa Per min, 24 hrs a day.
Mobilink - 2.20 Rupees
Ufone - 2rupees
PTCL - 1Rupees from midnight to Morning - 2 Rupees Other time.
If you call a Land line in Pakistan, This is what You pay
World Call - 75 Paisa Per HALF min, 24 hrs a day.
Mobilink - 3.50 Rupees Per Min
Ufone - 3.5 rupees Per Min
PTCL - 3 Rupees for 5 mins
PLUS you end up paying a high per month rental to own a Pakistani Number and the quality is not as good
as compared to your USA Number.
How to get a USA Number to work in Dubai ?
Well this is what you need.
1. Google Talk www.google.com/talk Download and install it
2. VirtualPhoneline.com - Signup for a FREE Trial Number
2a. Set your RING TO Address as your Google talk ID which is the same as your Google email ie firstname.lastname@example.org
If you like the service Get the USA number permanently for $15 a year , Enjoy !!!
Now when you call this USA number, it will ring on your Google talk, now this Google talk can be in Dubai.(UAE) or anywhere else in the world,
and you can enjoy LOW RATES to USA from anywhere in the world, and the call then comes back to you on your Google talk
If you want something that works without a computer, then you can check out www.super-phone.com
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