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Now you can get smartphones on Installments in Pakistan

The “Smartphone For All” project, which would let individuals with modest incomes purchase mobile phones through simple installments, was introduced on Wednesday in Islamabad by Federal Minister of IT and Telecom Syed Amin Ul Haque.

Amin Ul Haq, a federal minister, said during remarks at the ceremony that anyone can participate in the programme and purchase a mobile phone by paying 20 to 30 percent of the device’s total price. He said that simply the ID card would be enough to finalise the sale, eliminating the need for any assurances or extensive paperwork.

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He added that phones priced between 10,000 and 100,000 rupees would initially be delivered over a period of three to twelve months. Modern software will be utilised in the gadgets, which won’t cost money and won’t be used anyplace else in the globe.

The plan, according to Amin Ul Haq, aims to increase phone accessibility for the general public while also introducing small enterprises to e-commerce as a way to take advantage of the industry’s potential.

The initiative has been introduced, the minister continued, to guarantee the availability of cellphones with improved connectivity. In order to provide connection throughout the entire nation, more than 70 projects totaling Rs. 65 billion are currently in development.



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