All Networks SMS & Call Packages

People are searching online for the ll networks calls and sms packages because they do not have maximum time for visting the franchises again and again for the latest offers subscription and unsubscription methods and the second option is to call on the helpline but that service just for those who know all the packages so they can tell them the some missing details they do not have  however they do not gives you all the information about the latest and daily weekly and monthly sms,call and internet bundles.

So we decided to provides you all the information about all the telecom companies of pakistan with details of subscription and unsubscription methods of all the offers because sometime people wants to activate an offer but they do not know the activation method and on the other hand some people call the helpcentre and tell them for activation of any package but they do not know the unsubscription methods and the credit is continuosly cutting from their accounts and they are worried what is going on however we provides you all the short codes for checking the offer details remaining minutes,sms,internet and expiry date so you can not bluffed by the companies.

There are 5 Mobile network providers of pakistan named as Zong,Warid,Ufone.Mobilink and Telenor and all the call,sms and internet packages details of these companies are given below for your help,simply select the your provider and check all the offers given here and select onw which follows your need and budget and get all the details about that one and feel easy we just provides the original information.

Mobilink Call,SMS,Internet Packages :

Mobilink is the great and old pakistani network and much of the people using this one due to their great packages and signal strength and it is also helpful in rare and villages of pakistan and they provide its costomers great call packages,sms bundles and free internet all the details are given below.

Warid Call,SMS,Internet Packages:

Warid is the Old one network of Pakistan and providing the great services and signals to their users and also provides the low call rates at international calls so people can easily make contact with their relatives lives far from them however all the offers details links are given below open and check details.

Ufone Call,SMS,Internet Packages:

Ufone is also very popular network of pakistan and most of the businessmans and students have this network and they feel good when using this provider offers because they provides their users great calls and sms packages and high speed internet so they can easily come in contact with the world however the details links about its packages are given below.

Telenor Call,SMS,Internet Packages:

Telenor is also the best mobile network of pakistan and 30 percent plus people of pakistan using this one due to its strong signal strength and other quick services so in return they also facilitate its users with the great and low rates offers day by day for the ease of their users however the links for its offers are also givwn below click and check details.

Zong Call,SMS,Internet Packages:

Zong is new in pakistan and in very rare time it becomes the growing network of pakistan however it gets fames because it provides the call rates and sms rates which are not given by any other provider so people changed their network and switch to the zong so the details of this low rate network links are given below.

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All Warid Glow Internet Packages Detail
 Warid is the best network of pakistan and provides its users the good packages for calls sms and the internet so they can enjoy all the services at exciting good rates however all the details about the glow internet packages are given below with the subscription methods.

Unlimited Internet

            Price              How To Access     

           RS 0.99            MS "NB" To "7777"

Daily Bundles

                  Price      How To Access      How To Check Remaining Data

2MB         RS 3.5     SMS "2MB" To "7777"          Dial *200*4#

15MB        RS 11.99    SMS "15MB" To "7777"         Dial *200*4#

Unlinmited   RS 9.99    SMS "UL" To "7777"            Dial *200*4#

Telenor SMS Packages Daily,Weekly & Monthly Details

People are searching now a days for the warid sms bundles daily weekly and monthly which are provided by some sites which provides the details however here you can find all the sms packages of the telenor in details with the subscription and unsubscription methods.

Daily SMS Bundle :

Total SMS :150

Subscription Charges: 4.2 Rs

Validity: 1 Day

For Subscription Dial *345*116#

5 Day SMS Bundle:

Total SMS :300

Subscription Charges: 7.2 Rs

Validity: 5 Days

For Subscription Dial *345*015#

Weekly SMS Bundle:

Total SMS :800

Subscription Charges: 14.34 Rs

Validity: 7 Days

For Subscription Dial *345*117#

15 Days SMS Bundle:

Total SMS :1500

Subscription Charges: 38.2 Rs

Validity: 15 Days

For Subscription Dial *345*005#


Ufone Internet Packages Details

Ufone is the most used network of pakistan and it provides the cheapest sms and call packages for its users so they can easily connect with each other however the details of the ufone internet packages are given below with the details and subscription methods so you can easily subscribe with the internet bundles of ufone.

You can easily subscribe with these packages by simply dialing 100 and type sub and send it to the short codes given below according to your choice packages.

1. *Special Daily Mobile Internet Package 50 MB / Day Rs.4.99/- Inclusive of Tax 01:00 AM to 09:00 PM                                                                                                                                         810
2. Daily Internet Package* 40 MB / Day Rs. 10/-Inclusive of Tax 24 Hours               804

3. Prepaid Mobile Internet 1 GB Rs. 200 Inclusive of Tax 30 Days                           7807

4. Prepaid Mobile Internet Unlimited 3 GB Rs. 500 Inclusive of Tax 30 Days         803

5. Postpaid Mobile Internet Unlimited Unlimited** Rs. 500/- 30 Days                     805

6. Postpaid 1 GB monthly Internet Data Bucket 1 GB Rs. 200/- 30 Days               4547

The next sweet treat: new Android version to be 5.0, Lollipop Name Confirmed

The next sweet treat: new Android version to be 5.0, Lollipop name confirmed 
 he next version of Android will be a major release, and after years of 4.x versions, Google is ready to go to Android 5.0 with the name of another sweet treat - Lollipop, according to ‘reliable sources’ speaking for Bulgarian tech insider Nixanbal.

Google continues on its tradition of naming Android versions with consecutive letters of the alphabet, and Lollipop comes after the following releases:Get ready for Android 5.0 Lollipop
  • Android 4.4 Kitkat
  • Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean
  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
  • Android 3.0 Honeycomb
  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread
  • Android 2.2 Froyo
  • Android 2.0-2.1 Eclair
  • Android 1.6 Doughnut 
  • Android 1.5 Cupcake
The first two versions were simply referred to as Android 1.0 and 1.1 without any well-known public names associated with them.

Of course, neither the version number, nor the name come as a huge surprise, but having the confirmation from a source with fairly spotless reputation (the same source had big scoops that turned out true about the LG G3 among others) is definitely appreciated. As reputable as we think this rumor is, we'd still advice you to take with a healthy grain of salt, as last-minute changes are always possible.

Latest Android Version: KitKat 4.4 Smart, simple, and truly yours

Beautiful & Immersive

A more polished design, improved performance, and new features.

Just say “Ok Google”

You don’t need to touch the screen to get things done. When on your home screen* or in Google Now, just say “Ok Google” to launch voice search, send a text, get directions or even play a song.

A work of art

While listening to music on your device, or while projecting movies to Chromecast, you’ll see beautiful full-screen album and movie art when your device is locked. You can play, pause, or seek to a specific moment.

Immerse yourself

The book you're reading, the game you're playing, or the movie you're watching — now all of these take center stage with the new immersive mode, which automatically hides everything except what you really want to see. Just swipe the edge of the screen to bring back your status bar and navigation buttons.

Faster multitasking

Android 4.4 takes system performance to an all-time high by optimizing memory and improving your touchscreen so that it responds faster and more accurately than ever before. This means that you can listen to music while browsing the web, or race down the highway with the latest hit game, all without a hitch.

Smart & Simple

Google smarts improve every corner of the Android experience.

The future is calling

The new phone app automatically prioritizes your contacts based on the people you talk to the most. You can also search for nearby places and businesses, your contacts, or people in your Google Apps domain.

A smarter caller ID

Whenever you get a call from a phone number not in your contacts, your phone will look for matches from businesses with a local listing on Google Maps.

All your messages in the same place

Never miss a message, no matter how your friend sends it. With the new Hangouts app, all of your SMS and MMS messages are together in the same app, alongside your other conversations and video calls. And with the new Hangouts, you can even share your location and send animated GIFs.

Emoji everywhere

Sometimes words can’t express how you feel. For that, there’s Emoji, the colorful Japanese characters, now available on Google Keyboard.

Grab & Go

New features help you get things done while you’re on the move.

Print wherever, whenever

Now you can print photos, documents, and web pages from your phone or tablet. You can print to any printer connected to Google Cloud Print, to HP ePrint printers, and to other printers that have apps in the Google Play Store.

What Is Android™ Technology?

Android™ is a computing platform designed for use in some smart phones and other devices. This technology, which is owned by Google, Inc., includes an operating system, software, and applications. The operating system is based on Linux®, which provides advanced computer processing. Android™ technology is maintained and continually developed by the Android Open Source Project (AOSP).

Android™ applications

Although Android™ technology is increasingly being used on a range of devices, the most common hardware to use this platform is mobile phones. A large community of developers regularly write applications (apps), including games, social networking, and business modules, for Android™ smart phones. There are a wide range of free Android™ apps, including games and productivity titles, and paid apps are even more common. Android™ products — which are used by thousands of developers because they are freely available for download — has given software developers the opportunity to sell their creations to a wide group of consumers.

Programming for Android™

Android™ technology is based on Java® software applications. This technology requires the use of a special software development kit (SDK) to create applications for an Android™ device. The SDK is freely available for download from the Internet. For this reason, and because it will work on multiple operating systems, many software developers prefer Android™ products over those used in other smart phones.
Smart phones have evolved into devices that use touch screens for navigation. Android™ technology provides specific application programming interface (API) modules to developers that take advantage of this. The touch screen enables the user to select and scroll through information with the stroke of a finger.

How Android™ Is Different

One of the key differences between Android™ technology and other smart phone systems is that it is open for modification. This gives vendors the opportunity to change and enhance their products based on their own preferences. This has created many versions of Android™ phones, which can vary by vendor, as well as a range of other devices that use this platform. In 2011, Google introduced a new arena for Android™ when it announced plans to launch Android@Home, a network that could allow users to automate and control home appliances.

Beyond the Phone:
A modified version of Android is used in the Google TV, the Barnes & Noble Nook eReader, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and countless other devices. Parrot makes both a digital photo frame and a car stereo system powered by modified versions of Android.

Open Handset Alliance:
Google formed a group of hardware, software, and telecommunication companies called the Open Handset Alliance with the goal of contributing to Android development. Most members also have the goal of making money from Android, either by selling phones, phone service, or mobile applications.

Data Plan:
To use Android on a phone, you need a data plan on top of your voice plan. You can't even activate an Android phone without a data plan enabled. Some networks in the US offered tiered data service, and some offer unlimited plans.

Google Services:
Because Google developed Android, it comes with a lot of Google services installed right out of the box. Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Maps, and Google Web search are all pre-installed, and Google is also the default Web page for the Web browser. However, because Android can be modified, carriers can choose to change this. Verizon Wireless, for instance, has modified some Android phones to use Bing as the default search engine.

Android supports a touch screen and is difficult to use without one. You can use a trackball for some navigation, but nearly everything is done through touch. Android also supports multi-touch gestures such as pinch-to-zoom in versions 2.1 (Eclair) and above.

The initial release of Android required a separate keyboard. However, "Cupcake," (Android 1.5) and later editions have all supported an on-screen keyboard. That means you can use models like the Verizon Droid 2 that include a slide-out physical keyboard or the HTC EVO that rely entirely on the touch screen.

One frequent criticism of Android is that it's a fragmented platform. Parrot's photo frame, for example, bore absolutely no resemblance to an Android phone. Had the developers not told me they'd used Android, I'd have never known. Phone carriers like Motorola, HTC, LG, Sony, and Samsung have added their own user interfaces to Android and have no intentions to stop. They feel it distinguishes their brand, although developers often express their frustration at having to support so many variations.

The Bottom Line:
Android is an exciting platform for consumers and developers. It is the philosophical opposite of the iPhone in many ways. Where the iPhone tries to create the best user experience by restricting hardware and software standards, Android tries to insure it by opening up as much of the operating system as possible.
This is both good and bad. Fragmented versions of Android may provide a unique user experience, but they also mean fewer users per variation. That means it's harder to support for app developers, accessory makers, and technology writers (ahem). Because each Android upgrade must be modified for the specific hardware and user interface upgrades of each device, that also means it takes longer for modified Android phones to receive updates.
Fragmentation issues aside, Android is a robust platform that boasts some of the fastest and most amazing phones and tablets on the market.