Polar Wireless to introduce first worldwide SIM card in Pakistan

Canadian Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Company’s Polar Wireless has announced the introduction of the first worldwide SIM card in Pakistan. The SIM card provides wholesale prepaid rates on voice, SMS and data services, when roaming.
Steve Robert, President MVNO Company while leading a three member delegation of Polar Wireless at Board of Investment (BoI) stated in a meeting with the Chairman BoI Saleem H Mandviwalla. Director and Advisor Jim Lovie and Executive Vice President Robert Bent were also present in the meeting.
Polar Wireless Mobile Virtual Network Operator’s SIM cards work in conjunction with current providers to eliminate roaming charges without going through the hassle of changing phone numbers or customer behaviour.
In his presentation about the company and its services, Steve Robert, apprised Chairman BoI saying, ‘Polar Wireless offers the first worldwide SIM card that combines with a subscriber’s home SIM card to provide wholesale prepaid rates.’ Polar SIMs transformative technology is the first to allow a subscriber to keep their existing mobile phone and home phone number while taking advantage of discounted roaming rates abroad. All calls are carrier grade voice quality and only premium telecom routes are used. Polar Wireless SIM activates when subscribers leave their home wireless network. That is when the customer enjoys the same call flow, the same convenience, and has their call routed to the same destination. It supports the telephony of all accounts by managing the accounts, controlling the virtual network, decrementing pre-paid minutes in lieu of billing, and settling with foreign telecom entities, making the user experience seamless. Polar Wireless is a private company that was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. Chairman BoI, Saleem H Mandviwalla said we would support Polar Wireless to partner with both local carriers and distributors. He also said the service would be beneficial for the users travelling abroad.



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21 Comments

  1. mano said:

    i agree with rizwan .it's use just destoryed the student future .plz all student d't purchase it.

    • STORMER WIKI said:

      do you comprerehend what rizwan said ????????
      perhaps u are one of new generation degree holder who can not understand basic english.

      rizwan is dying to buy on eof theses ism, u see how spendthrift are pakistani.s
      they do, not care if they do not have to eat but they must have mobile fone before they die.

  2. Azi said:

    yar muje yah btao plz. main saudia main hon if man yah sim lay aata hon tu kia muje call pakistan sy receiving free pary ge roaming charges ni parain gy.. muje atni english samj ni aati plz explan

  3. pakone said:

    I dont get whats new with this. All countries that have a GSM system and have signed roaming agreements with Pak telcos offer roaming service keeping your local number. Perhaps this is not clearly explained here.

  4. Akbar Khan said:

    A mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is a company that provides mobile phone services but does not have its own licensed frequency allocation of radio spectrum, nor does it necessarily have all of the infrastructure required to provide mobile telephone service. A company that does have frequency allocation(s) and all the required infrastructure to run an independent mobile network is known simply as a mobile network operator (MNO). MVNOs are roughly equivalent to the "switchless resellers" of the traditional landline telephone market. An MNO that does not have a frequency spectrum allocation in a particular geographical region may operate as an MVNO in that region.

  5. Tariq Jan Khattak said:

    Abrar khan well explained. Rest have to read the Article again and this is better to ask if u don’t know rather then commenting on that.

  6. saifullah said:

    esay was good, we want to know how to subscribe this network and from where we can connect to it.???

  7. riaz said:

    i want to ask is there exist a reliable privacy service about their name and cell numbers or the issue are the same as other mobile services. Thanx

  8. jamil said:

    still 5 time expensive from Gtalk VOIP – UFone incoming in UAE is 12RS per min and it is enough. this sim will charge approx 38 RS per min incoming.

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