Warid in collaboration with Bank Alfalah has offered LTE smartphones on 6 to 12 month installments with 0% markup to both Warid postpaid customers and Bank Alfalah credit card holders.

You will get LTE smartphone instantly from select list and you can pay later for the smartphones via easy and convenient installments. Not only that you are also provided with a 8GB bundle of internet for both 6 and 12 month plans.

This offer includes smartphones from Sony, Samsung, Nokia and Huawei. Initially Warid is offering following 4G smartphones

  • Huawei P7
  • Samsung Galaxy Alpha
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4
  • Sony Xperia Z1
  • Sony Xperia Z1 Compact
  • Sony Xperia Z3
  • Nokia Lumia 1520

Installments details:

Following is the list of installments plans for 6 and 12 months
  • Huawei Ascend P7 – Read Review
    – 6: Rs 8207/month
    – 12: Rs 4503/month
  • Samsung Galaxy Alpha
    – 6: Rs 12902/month
    – 12: Rs 6851/month
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – Read Review
    – 6: Rs 15513/month
    – 12: Rs 8157/month
  • Sony Xperia Z1
    – 6: Rs 9599/month
    – 12: Rs 5199/month
  • Sony Xperia Z1 Compact
    – 6: Rs 9659/month
    – 12: Rs 5229/month
  • Sony Xperia Z3 – Read Review
    – 6: Rs 14025/month
    – 12: Rs 7413/month
  • Nokia Lumia 1520
    – 6: Rs 10617/month
    – 12: Rs 5708/month
If you choose 6 month plan, you will be able to enjoy 8GB/month LTE internet for 6 months and if you choose 12 month plan you will get 8GB/month LTE internet for 12 months.

Terms and Conditions:

Following are the terms and conditions of this offer
  • No additional charges apply for LTE Sim and Mobile Internet
  • 8GB/month LTE internet will be provided for both 6 and 12 month plans
  • This offer is only for Postpaid Customers
  • Subscriber must be a current holder of Bank Alfalah Credit Card
  • Prepaid and port-in customer must convert to Postpaid to avail this offer
  • Warid will not provide any after sale services
  • Every smartphone will have its own warranty card provided by vendor
  • In case of any issues, customers have to contact vendor for warranty claims

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