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Jazz net packages provide the subscribers with the fastest internet with a stable connection at a very low cost. It’s an extremely reliable network which has 10 Mhz 3G Spectrum. Ever since Jazz and Warid got merged, the network has spread even more, aiding in the availability of 3g/4g  services even in the remote areas as well. When it comes to the fast network speed then we can say that Jazz rules as King over all the other networks. It provides all the varying needs of the youngsters and professionals easily. Jazz Internet packages are offering unlimited internet facilities and services to the subscribers to meet their requirements. It is unbeatable when compared to other networks. Furthermore, it is considered to be the fastest Network of Pakistan. Jazz net packages come in Daily, Weekly, Monthly basis but the speed is equal for any bundle you choose.

Jazz internet packages are divided into three Daily packages, one 2 Day package, 4 weekly packages and 4 monthly packages.

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Daily bundle – Jazz internet packages:

Daily bundle has no time limits and gives you a chance to live your online life by chatting, browsing that is enough for everyday use. It is convenient as it comes with an auto-subscription so one should not have to subscribe daily. This is what makes Jazz net packages perfect for business.

Daily – Browser – Jazz internet packages

Subscription Info
Volume50 MB
ChargesRs. 12
Subscription Code*117*11#
Status Code*117*11*2#

Daily – Social – Jazz net packages

Volume 30 MB
(for FB & Whatsapp)
ChargesRs. 5
Subscription Code*114*5#
Status Code*114*5*2#

Weekly bundle – Jazz net packages:

We can say that Jazz internet packages continue to provide its customers a better every day. It is the most used package because it fulfills all the requirements in limited amount. You get to choose between 4 weekly Jazz internet packages so that you can meet the requirements according to your need.

Weekly – Browser

Volume300 MB
ChargesRs. 50
Subscription Code*117*3#
Status Code*117*3*2#

Jazz Weekly – Streamer

Volume 500 MB
(+200 MB for FB & WhatsApp)
ChargesRs. 75
Subscription Code*117*7#
Status Code*117*7*2#

Weekly  – Premium

Volume1000 MB
ChargesRs. 110
Subscription Code*117*47#
Status Code*117*47*2#

Jazz Weekly – Extreme

Volume 2500 MB
(from 2AM - 2PM)
Charges Rs. 70
Subscription Code*117*14#
Status Code*117*14*2#

Monthly bundle – Jazz net packages:

This package is very economical because it gives maximum units of MBs at a low cost. Just choose a bundle , and you’re good to go for a month with an abundant data for streaming, browsing and what not. Jazz net packages (monthly) are the most feasible option for the ones who hate the hassle of re-subscription and the ones who love streaming videos on the go.

Monthly – Browser

Volume1500 MB
ChargesRs. 160
Subscription Code*117*77#
Status Code*117*77*2#

Monthly – Streamer

Volume3000 MB
ChargesRs. 250
Subscription Code*117*31#
Status Code*117*31*2#

Monthly – Premium

Volume6000 MB
ChargesRs. 500
Subscription Code*117*30#
Status Code*117*30*2#

Monthly – Supreme

Volume8000 MB
ChargesRs. 800
Subscription Code*117*32#
Status Code*117*32*2#

Other Jazz net packages & Jazz internet packages:

No need to worry if you still aren’t satisfied with these jazz internet packages as they have got it covered too. In addition to all the above bundles, Jazz net packages offer a whole new category of 3 day jazz internet packages for your convenience. In conclusion, Jazz internet packages have covered the internet needs of every individual.

3 Day Browser

Volume100 MB
ChargesRs. 20
Status Code*117*1*2#

3 Day Extreme

Volume 500 MB
(from 2AM - 2PM)
ChargesRs. 15
Subscription Code*114*14#

Terms & Conditions:

  • All prices are inclusive of tax
  • All jazz internet packages can be consumed in 2G, 3G and 4G networks depending on the respective area and the type of handset.
  • Rs. 0.30/MB will be charged in case of over usage of the given data in any jazz net package
  • The Jazz net packages speed will depend on the device, distance from 3G site, time of the day, number of users, distance from 3G site etc.
  • In order to avail 3g/4g services, you’ll need a 3G/4G enabled mobile phone and be in the 3G/4G covered area. For checking 3G areas, please dial *443*1#
  • If you haven’t subscribed to any jazz internet packages, the charges would be Rs. 2.39/ MB.




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Here Are 13 False Pregnancy Myths to Help All Mothers-to-Be

There are many myths and misconceptions attached to pregnancy. Here are some of the most commonly believed in myths and reasons why they are not true:

1. Wide Hips Can Make Childbirth Easier:

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When people talk about wide hips in the context of childbirth they are usually referring to a wider ilium. However, the distance between the iliac crests and the size of the birth canal are totally unrelated. During childbirth, it is the hole in the middle of the pelvic bone that counts and it can be big or small irrelevant of the size of the hips.

2. The Size And Shape Of The Belly Can Tell Whether It’s A Boy Or A Girl:

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Most people try to guess the gender of the baby by looking at the shape of a pregnant woman’s belly. Although it will make things quite easier if it were true but it is not. The size and shape of the belly are affected by the size of the fetus and its position in the womb.

3. Frequent Ultrasounds Are Unsafe For The Baby:

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There is no scientific backing to the myth that getting an ultrasound could harm a mother or her unborn child. People often confuse ultrasound with radiation. Ultrasound is just high-frequency sound waves which produce an image on the screen after bouncing off of the fetus and are safe.

4. It’s Bad For The Baby To Lie On Your Stomach:

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The baby is well protected inside the muscular uterus and lying on the stomach would not harm it, as long as it feels comfortable.

5. Running While Pregnant Is Bad:Image result for pregnant woman running shutterstock

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Becoming pregnant does not mean you should give up running. As long as you have a safe pregnancy and your doctor gives you a go ahead, it is completely fine for you to continue running.

6. Morning Sickness Only Happens In The Morning And During The First Trimester:Image result for morning sickness shutterstock

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Majority of the pregnant women suffering from nausea but only a small percentage of it suffer it in the morning. It can be an all day thing and while for most women it does end after the first trimester for some it can go on until the time of delivery.

7. Lifting Your Arms Above Your Head Could Strangle The Baby:Image result

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Lifting your arms around your head cannot cause the umbilical cord to wrap around your baby’s neck. In fact, none of your movements can have an effect on the position of the umbilical cord and a lot of babies are born with the umbilical cord wound around their neck and is easily removed by the doctor.

8. You Would Have To Get Rid Of Your Cat:

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Cats can be the carrier of a rare birth defect causing disease called toxoplasmosis. However, this does not mean you have to say goodbye to your pet as soon as you get pregnant. It is recommended to avoid cleaning the litter box and if you do not have anyone to do it for you wear gloves while doing it and immediately wash your hands afterwards.

9. Pregnancy Is The Best Time Of The Life For All Women:

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The general conception goes round that being pregnant is the happiest time in a woman’s life. In reality, many pregnant can feel stressed, afraid and general feelings of unhappiness. A small percentage of women even suffer from symptoms of depression. This can happen due to the changing hormones in a woman’s body which ultimately affect the brain and mood center. If a woman experiences depressive symptoms it should be treated as it can have adverse effects on the health of the mother and baby.

10. It Is Okay To Drink Once In A While:

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When you drink alcohol while pregnant, so does your baby as it can pass freely through the placenta. This can increase the baby being born with some physical or mental birth defect. While it is hard to determine the safe amount of alcohol that can be consumed without harming the baby it is best to stay away from alcohol altogether during the course of pregnancy.

11. You Lose All Your Pregnancy Weight During The Delivery:

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The extra pregnancy weight gain is due to the amalgamation of the weight of the baby, placenta, breasts, the increased volumes of blood and body fluid in the body and some extra fat. While the weight of the baby, placenta and amniotic fluid is immediately lost after the delivery, it takes a couple of weeks to lose the weight gained by fluid and also fat depending on how much you gained.

12. A C-section Is The Easy Way Out:Image result

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When it comes to delivery there is no easy way out. Many pregnant women believe that a C-section is the less painful and safer way of delivery. However, in reality, a c section could be pretty painful as well the only difference is you feel the pain after the baby had been born, unlike the vaginal birth. It can also pose complications later and is only recommended by doctors when the benefits outweigh the dangers.

13. The Fetus Is Unaffected By The Outside Events:

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For a long time, it was believed that babies are born oblivious to their outside environment. In truth, babies can hear sounds and recognize their mother’s voice while inside the womb. They are also able to detect light and taste the food by licking the placental wall.

Article by BornRealist 



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Here Are 24 Tweets That Prove Pets Change Lives for the Better

Pets are amazing. They can easily become your best friend and these hilarious tweets prove that there is never a dull moment with them:


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Doesn’t looking at these make you want to get a pet.

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People Had Varying Opinions on This Artist Impression of “Realistically Proportioned Disney Princesses” and We Thought You Should Be Able To Form Your Own.

People’s opinions around the world often vary because of the different circumstances they live in. And living in a world with so many different kinds of people often means that they’ll conflict on matters from time to time. Something similar happened when an artist posted a picture of a what he thought “Realistically proportioned” Disney princesses would look like.

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The following comments followed and one woman, in particular, had a strong response,


several people seemed to agree with her,

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Other people soon started appearing in the comments box with their own opinions, an artist gave his expert opinion,

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This commenter made us all aware that Disney had been wrong in several respects,

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People continued discussing what body acceptance really was;

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Tell us what you think about the realistically proportioned Disney princesses in the comments!

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