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Nepal Telecom launches NT recharge for GSM, CDMA

One month after the announcement of NT recharge, Nepal Telecom has launched the single recharge card today. The new recharge card called NT recharge can be used to top up the balance for GSM and CDMA.

It is for prepaid and postpaid services, which is being expanded for all services of Nepal Telecom, in a bid to converge for a single recharge platform. This single recharge came true after the recent up-gradation of their billing system.

There are huge complaints in the market about the problem of the recharge system in Nepal Telecom. With the new launch of the integrated recharge card, NT believes the recharge problem will be solved forever. Meanwhile, it is also known, the old recharge cards will also be available in the market for some time.

How to use the NT recharge card in Ntc?

There are actually many ways to use the new NT recharge card. For GSM

  • Through IVR, you need to dial 1415 and follow the instructions to put a 15 digit pin code.
  • From the USSD code, you need to dial *412*PIN CODE#
  • Through the Web, you have to visit the Ntc Self-care portal.

To confirm the top-up balance, GSM prepaid customers can either dial *400# or call 1415 but for CDMA service, only 1415 IVR works.

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