As a result of the cooperation, Zong is the first and only cellular carrier in Pakistan to offer its customers free Google Maps.
This implies that Zong customers, regardless of their data plan, can now access Google Maps without any bother or cost.
Zong has partnered with Google in an industry-first cooperation to make Google Maps available to all Zong subscribers in Pakistan.
Pakistan’s cellular and digital services leader’s relationship with Google Maps underscores the company’s vision to lead digital innovation and power its customers’ digital lifestyles, keeping its promise of “Let’s Get Digital.”
In Pakistan’s telecom history, Zong 4G has shown to be a powerful tool for promoting digitization, novelty, and technological improvement. To develop a Digital Pakistan, the company has been working tirelessly on digitization.
Google Maps is the world’s largest and most comprehensive real-time navigation and directions tool, capable of much more than simply locating your location.
Google Maps is one of the most popular navigation programmes in the world, including features such as live instructions for driving, walking, biking, or taking public transportation, as well as real-time traffic updates. Customers will be able to use all of the application’s capabilities for free.
Zong’s official spokesperson stated, “Serving our users in more inventive ways has been our key focus since our very inception.”
Zong 4G is Pakistan’s foremost digital partner, ushering the country into a new era of connection and potential. Zong, as a customer-centric company that provides innovative solutions and services, is going above and beyond to meet the demands of the technologically savvy youth.
Zong 4G is the network of choice for millions of young people, with over 14,000 4G towers and the greatest data and value-added services.
“Our latest agreement with Google will assist Zong in delivering on its goal of empowering our clients to fully enjoy the digital lifestyle.” We recognise that our subscribers rely heavily on Google Maps in their daily lives, therefore we’ve made it free for them to use,” the representative continued.