Are Mobilink And Warid About To End Their Operations in Pakistan?

It is expected that Mobilink and Warid are at last converging into one brand, that will be called Jazz. Jazz will be the name of the new merged organization and it will be based on consolidated operations of both Mobilink and Warid.

While there is no official affirmation, a video message from Aamir Ibrahim, CEO Mobilink, said:

‘Assalam o Alikum; some of you must be thinking what is this surprise video about? I have to share some news with you. As we say goodbye to 2016 and welcome 2017, there are few more things I wanted to say goodbye to. So its been a great run with Mobilink but I think its time to say goodbye to Mobilink and to Mobilinkers. As the circle of life, people come and people go, things come and things go. I hope you can join me at on Monday 5PM in the courtyard, so I can personally thank you and say goodbye to all my Mobilink friends.”
Anjum Rehman, Director PR at Mobilink, was silent on the subject. Anjum’s hesitance to state anything likewise affirms that Mobilink is soon going to end up as a legacy and a story from the inception days of the telecom industry of Pakistan.

With this, Jazz will likewise turn into the biggest telecom brand of Pakistan with more than 50 million clients. The Mobilink-Warid merger would be a combination of both the organizations’ systems.

Jazz holds an undisputed status as pioneer of prepaid telecom providers in Pakistan. Calling the consolidated organization as Jazz will likewise bode well as most of the Pakistanis refer to Mobilink as Jazz.

Warid telecom will likewise  be eliminated after this and clients using Warid will be moved to Jazz.