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January 1970

Telenor Pakistan introduces Operator Billing Service

In line with the vision of offering maximum benefits of telecommunication services, Telenor Pakistan has introduced operator billing service allowing its customers to buy apps online at Nokia Store by paying directly from their mobile phones. Through this innovative offering, Telenor Pakistan's customers can now enjoy their favorite apps without the hassle of providing credit/debit cards information. The service is available for both the prepaid and postpaid subscribers of Telenor Pakistan.

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to this effect has recently been signed between Telenor Pakistan and Nokia Pakistan.

Expressing his delight, Usman Javaid, Director Marketing, Telenor Pakistan said: Telenor Pakistan has always been at the forefront in introducing innovative service offerings and the operator billing service is yet another testament of our customer centric approach. The operator billing trend has gained immense popularity worldwide with its convenient, secure and fast payment option, and we are glad to introduce such a handy service here in Pakistan, which will eventually transform customers online apps buying experience.

Telenor Pakistan's customers can select the application of their choice from the Nokia Store and for payment they can use their phone balance instead of credit or debit cards. With one simple step they are now able to access and enjoy the world of paid application and games without any additional payment mechanism.

About Telenor Pakistan
Telenor Pakistan is a provider of high quality telecommunication services in Pakistan since 2005. It has over 30.81 million subscribers, 3,000 employees and a nationwide network covering more than 8,000 cities. It holds a majority share in Tameer Microfinance Bank Limited. Telenor Pakistan is 100% owned by Telenor ASA and adds on to operations in Asia.

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