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Helpline And Emergency Contact Numbers in Pakistan

All Important Helpline Numbers of Pakistan including telecom networks, banks, government & private institutes are present here on this page. Yes! You will get the whole Pakistan important Helpline Numbers on a page with a well-managed order.

People often search Pakistani telecom networks (Jazz, Zong, Ufone & Telenor) helpline numbers on the internet. In addition, bank emergency contact numbers are also searched on the internet with a maximum monthly number.

We have decided to give all those contact Numbers that are commonly dialed by people. Pakistani banks have also their official contact Numbers to get in touch with them to get any type of information and details. PTCL has also launched its contact Number to make its service more reliable and catchy. Hence, let’s start our today’s informative and most demanded (searched) article without any delay.

Helpline And Emergency Contact Numbers

Basically, Helpline Number is a term in use for the past few decades. It means (a phone number of a specific organization or office) to get any type of info & details or to get help from the officials of that organization.

We have gathered the official Helpline Numbers of Pakistani telecom networks (SIM Cards), Government Offices, Banks, Schools, and many more in rank-wise order below. Please take a look and get your required emergency contact number.

SIM Card Helpline

All currently 4 active networks in Pakistan have their own specific number launched for their prepaid & postpaid users to get any type of info & help. We have mentioned all network’s contact numbers below:

SIM NetworkHelpline
Jazz Warid111
Zong310
Ufone333
Telenor1700

Warid was once a widely used network, but it was merged with Jazz. Hence, all Warid SIM users are Jazz users for the last few years.

Internet Providers Helpline

There are many internet providers in Pakistan working according to specific areas. We have mention those internet providers’ helpline numbers that are widely present in the whole of Pakistan. And they are counted among the top internet services in the country. Let’s take a look at these services & their numbers:

Internet ProvidersHelpline
PTCL111 20 20 20
Qubee11-10-78233
Wateen111-365-111
Wi-Tribe111-187 423
NayaTel111-11-44-44
Storm fiber111-1- 78676

Start your internet connection from one of the above services and at the time of any trouble, call on the number that is present above.

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Banks Helpline Number

These are the helpline numbers of Pakistani top fifteen banks. You can contact these numbers and get info about the new accounts, debit/credit cards, current balance, loan, and other details for free.

Bank NameHelpline Number
Sindh Bank0800 333 22
Askari Bank(021) 36490001
Bank of Punjab(021)  – 267 – 200
Bank of Khyber(021) 111 265 265
JS Bank Limited(021) 111 654 321
Allied Bank Limited(021) 353 010 94
United Bank Limited(021) 111-825-888
MCB Bank Limited(021) 111-000-622
Meezan Bank Limited(021) 111-331-331
Faysal Bank Limited(021) 111-060-606
Habib Bank Limited(021) 111 111 425
Bank Alfalah Limited(021) 111-225-111
Bank Al-Habib Limited(021) 111 014 014
National Bank of Pakistan(021) 111 627 627
Standard Chartered Bank(021) 111 002 002

Contact your desired bank in just a few seconds with their official helpline number. Thus, banks are now one call away from you with these numbers.

Government Offices Helpline

We need to contact the government offices of Pakistan in time of any difficulty. That’s why we must know their official contact number first. We have resolved this issue by posting all possible helpline numbers of Pakistani government institutes.

Government OfficesHelpline Numbers
Motorway130
PTA0800-55055
Railway042-99070011
FBR051-111-772-772
NTS+92-51-844-444-1
PIA(021) 111 786 786
Nadra+92 51 111 786 100
Other Contact Details

These are the contact numbers of different networks. We will upload more details in our other article. However, if you find this article helpful, then please don’t forget to give us feedback. Love from the author.

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