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Get Call Details for Warid Numbers

Warid Logo Get Call Details for Warid NumbersWarid Telecom is now offering its customers to get their call details in addition to SMS details for their prepaid number. Earlier call detail facility was limited to postpaid numbers only.
From now on Warid prepaid customers can check their call details for last 7 days (excluding the present day) via Warid’s website, i.e.
How to Check Warid Call Details
All you have to do is to, click on Member area, if you haven’t created your profile yet then click on create profile and follow the wizard to complete your registrations.
If you already a member on Warid’s website then sign in and you can view your prepaid call details via call history option available under services.
Service is free of cost.
In addition to checking call details for Warid prepaid numbers, customers can view their existing Tariff Plans with an ability to change the tariff plan of their own choice. Warid customers can also add Family and Friends to enjoy subsidized call rates on various packages.
Zong and Telenor are already offering this service of checking call details for free – however Ufone charges its customers Ufone call details.
Mobilink is still not offering its prepaid customers to check their call details and other records.

Telenor Increases Balance Inquiry Charges

telenor logo Telenor Increases Balance Inquiry ChargesFollowing the Mighty Mobilink, Telenor Pakistan has decided to increase balance inquiry charges by 50 percent from all its prepaid customers.
A message that is being displayed on Telenor’s website reads that charges for all Balance inquiries over USSD are being revised to Rs. 0.15 + Tax, i.e. Rs. 0.18 including tax.
Telenor was earlier charging Rs. 0.10 without tax of Rs. 0.12 with tax for all kind of balance inquiries.
It maybe recalled that Telenor was the first in industry to charge balance inquiriesback in July 2009, followed by Ufone, Mobilink and Zong.
Also to mention here that balance inquiry charges were approved by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, but it had asked operators to give 30 days prior notice to customers before increasing any charges.
It appears that authority has gone soft and lenient in three years that they aren’t restricting operators for 30 days’ notice before making any change in tariffs.
Like we reported before authority isn’t confining operators at all – which is giving them full freedom to impose new charges (every other months now).
After Telenor and Mobilink, it is feared that other operators will increase balance inquiry charges too, but in phases, just to make sure they don’t come under CCP’s hammer.
Tip: Just in case if you don’t know, at least Telenor has provided a way for its customers to check balance inquiry for free. You can probably Google around to know the trick.