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Published on February 11th, 2012 | by Haseeb Ahmed


Warid Launches Tijarat Portal

Warid announces its Tijarat portal/service which allows people of the same interest to sell/buy online different products or services like property, cars, bikes, mobile phones, join book clubs or even buy tickets for concerts or live events. Warid Tijarat allows warid users to buy/sell at the ease of the palm of there hands using services SMS, Web or WAP at http://waridtijarat.waridtel.com/.

Subscription package and charges details:


Short Code

Subscription charge
Basic – Limit of 3 Selling Interests*


Premium – Limit of 10 Selling Interests*


Business – Unlimited Interests*



Registering is fairly simple, users can subscribe to package of their choice by sending “SUB” in an SMS.

To register to Basic Package SMS “SUB” to 8225, for Premium Package SMS “SUB” to 8226, for Business Package SMS “SUB” to 8227.

Once you have subscribed, you can set your location by sending “C<space>CITYNAME” to 8229 e.g., “C LAHORE”.

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About the Author

is a technology enthusiast who has been writing IT Blogs for over 3 years now. He comes from a Computer Sciences background & has been developing websites, web applications, PC and smartphone apps from a long time. He mainly writes at Engismo, and is a lead developer as well. You can be reach him at haseebahmed (at) rabbit-white. com

3 Responses to Warid Launches Tijarat Portal

  1. Hmm this is really interesting, also read an article about wi tribe creating a portal for software, warid launching this for cellphones.
    There is competition online dekho.com.pk, pakwheels.com and others are already booming it would be a good case study to see the success of cellular based trading and online based.

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