Zong is Pakistan’s second-largest GSM mobile service provider and the country’s third-largest network service provider in terms of subscribers. Zong has gained a lot of popularity among its users thanks to its services and packages.
Another important service provided by Zong is balance sharing, which means that if any of your friends do not have enough credit, you can assist them at any time by sharing some of your balance with them.
How To Share Balance In Zong
In this article, we will show you how to easily and quickly share Zong balance with your loved ones. However, there are a few balances that you cannot transfer, as listed below:
|NON TRANSFERABLE BALANCE|
|FAT- built-in balance/ HandSet Balance|
|Built-in Balance of Golden/BYN numbers.|
|Promotion amount redeemed Balance & reimbursed balance|
Zong Yaari Load
With Zong Yaari Load, you can transfer your balance to your friends or request that they send you to balance when you are in need because a friend in need is truly a friend.
Zong Share Balance Code
- *828# Zong Balance Transfer Code
- *829# Zong Balance Request Code
After dialing the code, follow the instructions to assist a friend or to receive assistance from a friend.
Steps To Share Your Zong Balance
- Enter the above-mentioned code.
- Enter the recipient number to which the balance should be sent.
- Then enter the amount to be transferred.
- To confirm the transfer, respond with 1.
Balance share Through Zong App
You can get the Zong App from the Play Store or the Apple Store, and you can use the Zong yaari load option from there as well.
Yaari Load Terms And Conditions
- This service is only available to prepaid customers. (Both the receiver and the sender).
- At least amount that can be transferred is Rs.10/-.
- The maximum amount transferable is Rs.200/-.
- After Yaari Load, users should have a minimum balance of Rs.5/- in their accounts.
- The service is not available for the Dealer/Employee/Franchise/Dealer & Franchise families tariffs and the Service tariff package.
- Customers are limited to five transactions per day.