Jazz, a popular mobile operating company, has claimed to introduce the world's 'cheapest' smartphone in Pakistan.
This phone, called Jazz Digit 4G, has been named as Pakistan's Smartphone which was introduced yesterday.
According to the company, although voice and data tariff rates have dropped in the country at the moment, the biggest barrier to internet access is the cost of smartphones.
Jazz has partnered with KAIOS Technologies for this phone and called it the cheapest smartphone in the world.
The phone has been priced at Rs. 1800 and to purchase it, the user will have to take the Jazz service for one year, which has a monthly fee of Rs 300 which includes one thousand mobile minutes, one thousand MB data, free SMS. And for the first 3 months, Facebook and WhatsApp services will be free with doctors calling free.
This phone will get Jazz Super Four G SIM and users will be able to access WhatsApp, Facebook, YouTube, Google Maps, Google Voice and more than 200 other apps through the Kia store.
KIOS is currently considered the third largest mobile operating system in the world after Android and iOS, while the phone will also have features like one camera, BlueTooth, Wi-Fi and hotspot on the front and back.
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The company says the purpose of introducing this phone is to deliver 4G service to those who are not able to afford expensive phones, who are currently using features and 2G phones.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Sania Nishtar, Chairperson of the Benazir Income Support Program said, "With the help of technology to bring low-income people forward, poor women are out of the digital world and such initiatives will reduce poverty." Can be further improved '.