4G in Nepal

  • Nepal Telecom and Ncell preparing for 4G

    As the government has approved the new frequency policy 2073 which includes technology neutrality provision, the two big telecom operators, Nepal Telecom and Ncell have geared up to prepare for ...

  • Features of Frequency Policy 2073

    Government has made a first edit on the spectrum policy ( distribution and price) 2069. Before the draft was submitted by NTA (Nepal Telecommunication Authority) to the Ministry of Information ...

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  • How to view SLC result 2073

    June 16, 2016: SLC result is very likely to be published very soon within today. From this year 2072, the result will be in grading system. Exam controller office is planning to publish School Leaving certificate (SLC) result for the year 2072. So from now on-wards, all of the SLC appearing students will be passed...

  • How to configure your handset for GPRS/ 3G in NTC.

    May 26, 2016: As we have been writing posts about Nepal Telecom’s data packs and internet registration, people are constantly asking about the GPRS/ 3G configuration procedure. Though it has been more than 7 years that NT has introduced the GPRS service, the configuration process has changed from manual to SMS query and still people...

  • NT’s easy way for data packs and 3G activation.

    May 25, 2016: There are always complain from the customers regarding the difficult process to register for GPRS, 3G and taking the data packs in Nepal Telecom. Although data tariff in Nepal Telecom without data packs is quite cheap, it becomes more cheap after taking data packs. It has been quite some time that NT...

  • How to select 3G, 2G mode in your smartphone?

    March 15, 2016: It seems like 4G network will take some time to reach our country as the regulatory body has still not given nod for the operating frequency and license for the LTE technology. After licensing, the operators need to bring the 4G devices here and run them which will also take time. The...

  • NT resumes balance transfer service

    Dec 25, 2015: Nepal Telecom, the government owned telco has resumed balance transfer service to its GSM prepaid customers. According to some online news portal, NT has relaunched the service with new system and new procedure. It is known that customers can send their balance in the range from Rs 10 to Rs 100 but...