In a surprise move, telecommunication company Telenor has introduced new WhatsApp packages for its users in Pakistan. The packages are aimed at both the prepaid and postpaid customers of Telenor. Depending upon their usage, customers can choose the appropriate package that fits their needs and budget. However, the new WhatsApp packages don’t seem to be a part of any special offer or package by Telenor. Instead, it seems to be a standard service by the telecom giant. For more information on these new packages, see this article.
Dial *247# to subscribe for the Telenor Monthly WhatsApp package.
1. Telenor’s new WhatsApp packages for Pakistani users
The new WhatsApp packages are available for Pakistani users Postpaid customers can use these new packages for free till. The new packages include:
Main package iPhone: Incoming calls and data free
iPhone video calling in WhatsApp
Additional services: SMS, chat, call answering, file sharing
Postpaid customers can choose from a variety of packages depending upon their usage, and the new pricing structures are in line with international trends, as showcased below by Statcounter.com.
WhatsApp growth in Pakistan
Telecommunication market in Pakistan is expected to grow at a steady pace over the next few years as the majority of the population continues to use mobile phones. The number of mobile internet users also continues to be growing, and subscribers’ usage of WhatsApp has doubled since January 2021 – 202. However, Facebook’s recent $19 billion investment in WhatsApp has not made significant inroads into the Pakistani market, and its market share seems to hover around 40 percent.
WhatsApp currently has over 450 million daily active users and over 1 billion minutes of daily active usage. At present, the average monthly WhatsApp usage in the UK is 118 minutes and 500MB.
It should be noted that Facebook Messenger and Google Messaging applications also technically fall under the heading of “WhatsApp” apps. Do not be confused by the name, though. Facebook Messenger actually operates differently from WhatsApp. Like other messaging applications, it functions as a platform for connecting and conversing with other people. Users can send each other private WhatsApp text messages, share links and files, and listen to calls and chats instantly—right from their mobile phones.
2. What are the new WhatsApp packages?
WhatsApp has introduced new packages to WhatsApp. According to the new WhatsApp package, the company has increased the validity of these packages. These packages can be used to send 200, 500 and 1000 messages. The company has also increased the validity of these packages. These packages can be used to send 200, 500 and 1000 messages.You can use WhatsApp to send 50 messages MMS and to send messages only to a specific contact within WhatsApp.
International and Regional Variations
When you use WhatsApp for international or regional roaming, local rules and regulations may apply. To ensure your privacy and security, please make sure you activate your WhatsApp features through the Internet connection you share with your phone. (This will not prevent you from using WhatsApp on your phone when in WiFi mode, as some features are only available in WiFi mode.) You can check the available networks and message settings on this website.Your phone number will automatically display in the chats as your phone number and @gmail.com as your email address. Other than these settings and your name, your phone number has no effect on the conversations you initiate or have during a chat session.
When you use a feature like Group WhatsApp, the default conversation place is that of your group, not your phone number.
Chatting with Friends
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You can send GIFs, animated messages, and Memes to other WhatsApp users. You can also share your webpage links, your search history, your location, and your favorite quotes. You cannot share your location with other users. Information About WhatsApp Web Accessibility: The WhatsApp Web Accessibility Checker can help you check the features that are available on your web page and the types of keyboard that you use to access that page. Instead of using your password to log in to the Web page, this tool displays the available areas and keyboard keys. You can modify your profile settings to include or remove the accessible sections from your preferences. For instructions about how to configure your preferences, see this page.
3. How much do the new WhatsApp packages cost?
WhatsApp has announced that it will soon begin testing a new service called WhatsApp Business, which will allow businesses to communicate directly with customers through WhatsApp. WhatsApp Business will offer three different packages: WhatsApp Business, WhatsApp Business Pro and WhatsApp Business Premium. The first package has no monthly fee and allows businesses to send up to 100 messages to a business customer. The second package
has a set monthly fee at $7.99 (for the International version). The third package $9.99 allows for 500 messages per 30 days with the option to send messages via WhatsApp Business with Facebook connections (for international users). WhatsApp Business also lets businesses send real-time job postings directly to prospective employees.
Compared to normal SMS messaging, WhatsApp Business offers better real-time response times and enhanced capabilities for businesses to listen to customers’ needs. Unlike SMS, businesses can share detailed reports with customers about their latest offers, hours of operation, images and videos, and descriptions of products that customers can view right from the app.
If you want to give it a go yourself, here are some instructions:
Download the “Messages To=Your Phone” link from the App.
Go to the Promotions section in the Partner Center.
Choose “Ringtone/Handwritten Message (On WhatsApp)”.
Choose your desired set period (1–24 hours).
Set the ringtone to your preference.
Choose the message you want to send with your ringtone.
Here are the different services available:
Client Message Service
This option allows business customers to communicate with one another. The exact number from which they can contact customers is preset on the Client Message Service. Business customers using this service can communicate with one another using either text message or WhatsApp.
WhatsApp Business recipient
This package is only available to business customers using WhatsApp Business. This option enables Business customers to call other business customers (prepaid and postpaid) using the WhatsApp Business subscribers number. Business customers using this option need a valid WhatsApp Business number and password.
Postpaid Business recipient
This package is only available to postpaid Business customers.
4. How to subscribe to the Telenor WhatsApp Packages?
To subscribe to the Telenor WhatsApp Packages, dial *345# Send.
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5. The benefits of Telenor’s new WhatsApp Packages in Pakistan
Telenor Pakistan has introduced WhatsApp packages for their customers to use the service without any extra charges. The new packages will be available for prepaid users of the company and will be called WhatsApp Daily, WhatsApp Weekly and WhatsApp Monthly. Telenor has also introduced WhatsApp Daily for postpaid customers but it will be limited to selected customers of the company.
Each package comes with free calling to any international destination and is also multi-device friendly. According to the announcement from Telenor, the WhatsApp features of these new plans will be available for 30 days and after that users will be charged based on their per-use data plan.
WhatsApp Daily: Being the first scheduled agreement that offers users free texting to international destinations within their current country. WhatsApp Daily is also a multi-device and multi-time-zone friendly package.
WhatsApp Weekly: Being the second scheduled agreement that offers students free talking time from the designated time slots.
WhatsApp Monthly: The most affordable package that offers users the chance to communicate with their loved ones. The focus is on local calls and SMS only. The plan is also customizable to your needs and privacy settings.
Beyond these offerings, UK-based cellphone company has also entered the Pakistan market with similar offers, but these plans are limited to the premium members of the company and not widely available to the public. Vodafone has reportedly received good response for these offers even though it’s not their offering on the ground.
International SMS Services That Target the Low-Cost Monthly Buyers
For a long time now, free texting and calling rates from national landline companies were offered to non-customers. It was either included in the price of the service or the rate was cheap enough to tempt healthy usage. For instance, you were offered a call-forwarding feature where you could forward your calls to anyone who was on the same CDMA network.