Pakistan – Ufone 4G, a Pakistani mobile service provider, plans to revolutionise the user experience for its users by offering a quick mobile top-up option on 10,000 OPay Point-of-Sale (POS) machines. Customers of Ufone 4G will have easier access to these devices at gas stations, convenience stores, pharmacies, shopping centres, and other public locations across the nation to recharge their mobile phones.


OPay is a rapidly expanding Fintech company that specialises in mobile payments and offers services for advance payments, such as modern mobile top-up options. By integrating Ufone’s Top-up with OPay’s 10,000 active POS machines, consumers will have a safe and convenient way to make top-up payments at commonly frequented public locations. In order to authenticate the transaction, top-ups can also be purchased through OPay’s POS-merchants and will be printed on the bill invoice.

Ufone’s Head of Product Portfolio Management (Wireless), Shahbaz Khan, commented on the partnership by saying, “Ufone 4G builds synergies across the telecom and Fintech industries to bring in better comfort and enablement to its customers. 10,000 more places of sale will now have access to our services thanks to our relationship with OPay. Improved accessibility is one of Ufone’s main areas of concentration in its ongoing effort to raise the calibre of its services and give its clients a better user experience.

Zeb Khan Vice President of OPay

According to Zeb Khan, vice president of OPay Pakistan, the partnership with Ufone would boost customer engagement and traffic, which will boost sales for merchants. As the accessibility of topping-up at any time and anyplace will deliver an experience of unparalleled ease, which is the goal of OPay as a company, I am extremely excited to present a novel solution to Pakistani consumers.

Ufone 4G plans to revolutionise the user experience

To extend Ufone 4G’s long-term commitment to enhancing its customers’ user experiences, a statewide network of POS machines will be secure, straightforward, and modern for mobile top-ups.

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