Youth phobia is driving the whole nation crazy and telecom is not far behind. Earlier, Telenor tried to penetrate well into the market through djuice’s revamp, ‘Khamoshi Ka Boycott’ and now comes the all new concept of JazzJazba.
Mobilink has officially revamped its brand Jazba with all new identity, a little more patriotic, a new greenish SIM card, more vibrant and interactive new website and above all taking famous musical icon, Atif Aslam as its brand ambassador is something that aims to create a thrill in the market.
The website is not fully functional yet as few links are under construction which will probably start working in a day or so, but its theme boldly communicate the tagline, ‘Juro Gey To Jano Gey’. Company says, the idea behind is ‘Unlocking the Unknown’, in other words committing to one’s passion to discover possibilities.
The entire activity is accompanied by Atif Aslam’s new song, Jazbas’ new Green SIM cards and tons of SMS and Data packages.
The official press statement says;
Jahanzeb Taj, Vice President Marketing, Mobilink, emphasized, “The Jazba brand was launched as a tribute to values that are both personal and universal emphasis. This revamp of our brand vision promises to now both empower and enable the youth of Pakistan through the medium of mobile communication. The youth of this country are the pride and future of Pakistan, and the new Jazba promises to help them express their individuality as a means of self-discovery and growth.”
Jazba now offers a multitude of superior offerings encased in one package, thus, surpassing all previous offerings within Pakistan’s cellular industry. The brand offers tremendous value-for-money to the young, spirited telecom enthusiasts, thus gaining unprecedented advantages in communications. It will continue to provide its subscribers with the best user experience, with exceptional download speeds, uninterrupted service distinct calling and unbeatable SMS rates.
The brand has also taken the lead by developing one of the most engaging digital launches in Pakistan’s cellular history. For more details please visit www.jazba.com.pk