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Jazz lights up the city of light with Coke Fest

After making headlines in the cities of Lahore and Faisalabad, Coke Fest 2018-19 powered by Jazz reached the city of lights, Karachi. The mega event organized at the Beach Park in Clifton was one of the biggest gatherings in the city with people joining in from all areas and age groups. The event was a major attraction for the families of Karachi with a wide array of food and entertainment options available for them to enjoy the whole day. Following the food were some amazing musical performances and a variety of attractions from Pakistan’s leading digital communication company and a partner of the event, Jazz.

The Jazz lounge being the main attraction was a multipurpose experience zone offering a host of things including a photo booth, gaming area and amazing discounts. Similarly payments made by scanning the QR code via QuickPay option in the JazzCash App got the customers a 40% cashback on food items and tickets. This offer was not only for JazzCash customers instead the Jazz lounge offered the attendees a chance to register their JazzCash Accounts free of cost.

A special attraction for the avid internet users and youngsters was the Jazz Super Duper Card which was available at the event at a discounted price of Rs. 500. Originally worth Rs. 600, this card offers 2000 MB data, 2000 Jazz/Warid minutes, 2000 SMS and 150 other networks’ minutes. Customers were also able to purchase Jazz Super 4G WiFi devices and upon activating a bundle, get free 50% GB data for 3 months and a Super Duper Card.

With a family of 56 million customers across the nation, this was an example of Jazz taking care of its dedicated supporters. A chance for the people of Karachi to come together and enjoy a whole day of fun, food and music. Dunya ko bataa do.

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