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CAN Info-Tech 2015 begins today.

Jan 28, 2015: The only ICT Annual trade show in Nepal, “CAN info-tech” started today with inauguration by Deputy Prime Minister Prakash Man Singh, at Bhrikuti Mandap Exhbition hall, Kathmandu. The 21st edition of CAN Info Tech is being organized by Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) and will be held for six days: 28th Jan to 2nd Feb (Magh 14 to Magh 19, 2071). The event is showcasing latest technology products, services from the major players in the ICT industry, from Handset maker to Computer/Laptop & accessories provider to ISP to telecom operators to various other services/products. The organizer expects a total of 4.5 Lakh visitors for the event which is known to provide a big boom in the Nepali ICT sector, even promoting it by creating awareness in people.  Many Offers/Discounts/Launches up for grabs in the event, so the business there will be quite overwhelming as always. Major participants for the event are Nepal Telecom, Subisu Net, Canon, Huawei, Micromax, Dell, WebSurfer, Vianet and many more. If you are one of those who want to have a knowledge of ICT products/Services, then you must pay a visit there and it will cost you entry fee of Rs 150 for the General visitors and Rs 50 for students. is also going to do a survey on the Current Mobile scenario. Do visit T80 stall to fill the survey form there and you could win recharge card of Rs 500.

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