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Pak Telecom Mobile Limited
Industry Telecommunication
Genre Subsidiary
Founded January 29, 2001
Founder Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd
Headquarters Ufone Tower, Blue Area, Islamabad, Pakistan
Area served
2,336 Cities
All National Highways
All Motorways
Key people
Mr. Rainer Rathgeber, CEO
Products Pre Pay, Post Pay, UPaisa[1]
Revenue Increase Rs.25 billion PKR (2012).[2]
Rs.25 billion PKR (2012)
Rs.2.5 billion PKR (2012)
Owner Etisalat[1]
Parent PTCL Pakistan
Website ufone.com

Pak Telecom Mobile Limited or Ufone (Urdu: یوفون‎) is a Pakistani GSM cellular service provider. It was the third mobile operator to enter Pakistani market. It started its operations, under the brand name of Ufone, in Islamabad on January 29, 2001.

PTML is the wholly owned subsidiary of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited. Following PTCL's privatization, Ufone became a part of the Etisalat in 2006.

Ufone is among the largest GSM mobile service provider and fourth largest mobile service in terms of subscriber base of over 24 million.[3] It has a market share of 18% among mobile operators.[4]


The company commenced its operations, under the brand name of Ufone, from Islamabad on January 29, 2001. Ufone became a part of the Emirates Telecommunication Corporation Group (Etisalat) in 2006.


Ufone has introduced Umall.pk it's a Pakistan-based store for Pakistani people to shop Online. Moreover, Ufone also launches Android app for this Online store along with an official website. Umall is a first Online shopping store that is introduced by a telecom operator in Pakistan, previously no telecom company has done this kind of thing.[5][6]


Ufone has won Best Telecommunication Service Provider Award at 2012 PAS Awards by Pakistan Advertisers Society.


Ufone internet servers hijack popular google analytics scripts analytics.js and ga.js to inject adware and malware scripts on users computers.[7] Most of the users complaint to Ufone Facebook page and on social media however Ufone is unable to resolve this issue. Users are facing this problem since May, 2015, and most of the users stoped using Ufone 3G service.[8] [9][10]

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