12:51 pm - Tuesday September 30, 2014
  • Xeyna

    What a scam of mails run over every single blog. I see just how companies send their product updates and news to these blogs, they also draft one scam story and then push it everywhere. The thing to ponder over is :are our bloggers so hungry for posts that they would just post anything without even checking its crediblity? what a bunch of losers!

  • http://www.biggtech.com Muzzammil

    It is interesting to see that even though credible evidence is available in post and still you are blatantly calling it a scam. For argument sake even if we consider this is a story drafted by a company, yet the claim made here is undeniable.

    Are you saying that Mobilink’s Jazba logo does not resemble the logo of brazillian site ? It’s hard to comprehend that you have failed to notice the resemblance and bashing a blog site which is presenting all facts and letting the readers decide.

    Your comment and criticism will hold a value if you can present something which can refute the mentioned evidence. I welcome you to provide the details. Thank you..

  • http://www.biggtech.com Muzzammil

    It is interesting to see that even though credible evidence is available in post and still you are blatantly calling it a scam. For argument sake even if we consider this is a story drafted by a company, yet the claim made here is undeniable.

    Are you saying that Mobilink’s Jazba logo does not resemble the logo of brazillian site ? It’s hard to comprehend that you have failed to notice the resemblance and bashing a blog site which is presenting all facts and letting the readers decide.

    Your comment and criticism will hold a value if you can present something which can refute the mentioned evidence. I welcome you to provide the details. Thank you..

  • mmm

    Umm.. its not a copy..
    copy means duplicating something..
    the fonts are the same? we use same fonts when we make assignments or send in our reports, or print banners..
    The font is the same..
    Heres the difference:
    The name is catchy, colors are better, letters are different..
    Lets stop complaining about this logo.. Lets look at the new package that mobilink is offering to the youth.

  • Faizi11

    this is not the first time…their indigo brand is also copied from indigo shoes by clarks
    http://www.edepot.com/shoes-brand_indigo.html

  • Khaula Muzammil

    i think mobilink isn’t short of resources neither is it stupid that it would start copying logos. come on people, seriously? is it a mom n dad store that they would copy a logo? we all are informed enough to know that making logos isn’t too expensive even. ok if it was even short on resources(which we all know it can’t be), they could have just made a cheap logo instead. knowing how information is transferrable and accessible to everybody through IT.

  • http://www.biggtech.com Muzzammil

    Mobilink has always been the expensive carrier, their indigo packages were at a higher side when i was using it 5 yrs back and I don’t intend to go back to them as ufone is doing pretty good job, except their packages are still expensive as compared to perhaps telenor.

    why all packages for youth but not for professionals ? I guess they want to exploit youth and keep them engaged all night long.

  • Umair Yousaf

    Basit, being an MBA student myself, and looking at the ‘source logo’, I absolutely do not see any connection between the two. I am sure all of us have heard about Font types and font styles, and a same font does not mean it is copied. You are doing your MBA yourself, and there will be no better than you who understands there is no reason Mobilink would do that. We are talking about the market leader here:)

  • Zainab

    its amazing this write up.who evers “original” creation it is. critisizing a similarity in the design of the logo when this article is itself anything BUT unique…its literally the exact same article !Copied from virtually from every second blog on the net!talk about irony! even still its hard to see any point to it. So the logos are similar..same font too. what then? it really would make more sense if the article focused on what the package offered rather than the mere physical appearance of it, whose similarity to another logo SOMEWHERE in the world holds value HOW, is beyond me…its obviously NOT the same…so what were we all on about again?

  • Someone

    i think it creatively instead of creativity would have been better :(

  • M Mubasher Nadeem

    so i was going through this article…
    http://telecomnewspk.com/2010/12/another-take-on-jazz-jazba-brand/
    and i’m surprised to know that somebody makes sense at last.

  • Overtheair

    Both of you happen to be MBA “students” giving reasonably credible opposing arguements to the case. This is not a standard font, and therefore, it’s a pretty clear case of taking too much inspiration from another design. I manage such cases fairly frequently in Manchester, and must admit that you can only get away with something like this in Pakistan.

    Another post says that Mobilink has enough money to invest in creativity, and does not need to steal ideas. I woudn’t blame Mobilink, its the creative agency that needs to be taken to task by Mobilink (again, I’m sure this wasn’t covered in their contract). I’m sure Mobilink has paid good money, only to be hoodwinked by the “creative” team of an ad agency.