Ncell, the private operator has a gift service in its Prepaid Mobile. Dubbed as Ncell Koseli, it allows subscribers to gift Ncell services and pack to their friends and family. Ncell Gift offer has been there for more than 5 years, which lets Ncell prepaid subscribers send some voice packs, data packs as a present to other Ncell Prepaid numbers.
There is a single data and voice pack within Ncell Kosheli (Gift) service. They are a 400MB data pack, and 65 minutes voice pack, whose details are below.
Here are the offers that you can gift to your loved ones with Ncell prepaid number.
For the gifts, you have 400 MB day packs Kosheli for 3 days and 65 minutes Voice Kosheli for 3 days.
Ncell Kosheli (Gift)
Total Price (Rs.)
800MB (including 400MB, 400 MB bonus) data pack
65 minutes talk time +35 mins bonus
Once you send the gift, the amount will be deducted from your main balance. The gifted talk time can be used for calls inside the Ncell network only whereas the data volume shall be used as per the validity date.
The receiver will also get an SMS notification after the gift offer reaches its account. The sender will also get 200 MB volume as a bonus. Check out Ncell Wifi Price in Nepal.
How to send Gift in Ncell?
Ncell has three different methods to send the Kosheli, like from IVR, USSD code, and SMS (for which the keyword is not known now). So, to send the gift in Ncell, follow these steps.
You need to dial 17111 and follow the process afterward by the IVR method.
By USSD, dial *17111# and choose the Voice, Data pack there.
Then you need to enter the mobile number for which you want to send the gift.
As per Ncell, you can send the gift as many times as you want till you have the required balance on your mobile. The good thing about the gift offer is that they do not take a service charge for this. That means only the package price costs the sender.
All the prepaid customers in Ncell can use the gift facility, except for the Ncell connect users. The balance for the gift is taken from the main balance of the sender number. So, you cannot send a gift using a bonus balance.
In a bid to bring unique new services in this fierce competition, Ncell has launched this service which is expected to be popular among love birds. Similarly, this will also help people in need of communication services during the COVID-19 crisis when the recharge may be out of reach for many.