“My fiancée lives in Pakistan while I work in Middle East.”
Planning a wedding is never easy but trying to organise one while separated by distance is an entirely different story.
This is the situation of Ding user Muhammad who uses our recharge service to send minutes to Haya, his fiancée.
“We talk every day and one day I was unable to speak to her as she was out of credit and it was late at night so there was no option for her to top-up her cell credit.
“I wanted to speak with her to find out about our wedding preparation and was searching for any way to get her credit and came across Ding. “
A simple search meant Muhammad had found a way to easily connect with Haya despite being thousands of miles away.
“At first I was sceptical that any such service would exist and would be so easy to use but decided to go ahead and I was very happy what she got the message from Ding receiving the top-up.
“Now whenever she is out of balance, I charge her phone via Ding and I would always remember this service which helped has us stay connected!”
Being away from loved ones is difficult at the best of time, but this time in particular is difficult for Muhammad and Haya as they try to plan their big day.
“The hardest part of a long-distance relationship is that we are missing out on the most enjoyable experiences of our life like wedding preparations, going shopping for the wedding etc.
“But thanks to Ding I can still be involved.”
Join Muhammad and thousands of others around the world who are using Ding to send recharge to Ufone phones in Pakistan.