Zong makes another breakthrough with live cricket Apps

KARACHI: On the occasion of Cricket World Cup 2015, Zong, the leading cellular company, has launched cricket service apps for its valued customers to enjoy cricket matches anytime and anywhere.

Zong has launched two cricket apps, CricKit and CricMania. Both Apps are being offered at zero subscription charges. CricMania has HD capable stream powered by ‘PTV Sports’ and is for its data customers. It will not only give live cricket stream powered by ‘PTV sports’ but also feature live score, match schedules, points table & rankings, news, audio stream, match highlights and much more.

Meanwhile, CricKit also has similar features, and includes live cricket stream powered by ‘PTV Sports’ and ‘Ten Sports’, live scores, match schedules, point table and rankings, latest news, audio streaming as well as match highlights.

Android users can download these apps through their Play Store directly, whereas iOS users can access CricKit through and CricMania through http://cric.zong.com.pk

Niaz A. Malik, Chief Information Officer and Chief Corporate Sales Officer, while expressing his views about the newly launched apps said, “This marks a move towards a new age of mobile technology where people can use value added services to enjoy one of the biggest events in the world of sports.” He noted how this is a very well suited convenience for a cricket obsessed nation, particularly for people who have jobs and other work. “Zong is unique in this regard, because it combines high quality streaming that is entirely free for our data customers”, he added.

These cricket apps mark another achievement for Pakistan’s only 3G and 4G network, for they have utilized their speed and coverage strength to allow Pakistanis to enjoy their favorite game.

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