The ICT Annual trade show in Nepal, “CAN info-tech” has started from January 26 with inauguration by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Mr. Krishna Bahadur Mahara, at Bhrikuti Mandap Exhibition hall, Kathmandu. Federation of CAN (Computer Association of Nepal) is organizing the 23rd edition of CAN Info Tech. It will held for six days: 26th Jan to 31st Jan (Magh 13 to Magh 18, 2073). In the program, he emphasized the use of technology not only with public but also with government resources for prompt delivery to people with better efficiency.
The event is showcasing latest technology products, services from the major players in the information communication industry, from Handset makers to Computer/Laptop & accessories provider to ISP to telecom operators to various other services/products. The tech show is being viewed by multiple Lakhs of visitors for the event which is known to be the same this year too. The program has always greater impact on the Nepali ICT sector, and they even promoting it by creating awareness in people. There are altogether 222 stalls. The show includes various discounts, offers and launches in the event along with the boost in the sale of those products.
As always, the event is mainly sponsored by Subisu Net and other major organizers include Nepal Telecom, Samsung, Mercantile, Huawei, Oppo, Netis, Xiaomi, Lenovo and more. If you are one of those who have or want to have some knowledge of ICT products/Services, then you must pay a visit there and it will cost you entry fee of Rs 100 for the General visitors and Rs 50 for students. If you purchase a ticket from esewa online, it will cost you Rs 80 for normal and Rs 40 for students, as they are the online payment partner.
Free SIM by Ntc and more.
Nepal Telecom, the pioneer telecom operator of Nepal is providing free SIM card to the visitors, with the registration of forms at their stall. They are also providing information regarding all of their services. They also have a 3G WiFi router that works with GSM and CDMA 3G and have 3000 mAH battery backup. For those who buy the product, they also provide free RUIM card with Rs 50 balance and 5 GB data valid for 3 months.
Handset vendors like Samsung, Huawei, Oppo, Mi, Meizu, OnePlus, Micromax have showed their handsets in the show. They have also engaged people with quizzes, games and some activities. Meizu is providing free VR headset for all those who buy meizu phones at their stall. Samsung demonstrates all new Galaxy A7 2017 and Galaxy c9 pro, soon to be launched in Nepal. Oppo, Mi have provided some offer in their handset prices. Most of the phones available there are 4G compatible. Do visit our survey post to fill up the survey for 4G service in any part of Nepal.
ISP/ Cable TV/ Computer accessories/ Apps.
ISPs Like Subisu, Vianet also have some offers to the customers in the event. Subisu is providing free Setup box for buying some package with free data and TV for some months. Other highlights include mobile and computer accessories, Printers, Routers, Antivirus software, Cloud services, Mobile apps and many more. E-pustakalaya and Onver (Smart Taxi) app were the main focus in the apps area.
Some faker like Electromagnetic radiation hazard remover were even selling their unproven products. This is quite shame to the organizers like CAN federation to let them showcase such products. Do you believe in such devices. Please comment below.
Highly recommended to visit: Kaicho Group
At the end of a corner, there were bunch of talented guys from Kaicho group, who have showcased their products. They have developed a Drone, some stuffs fetching device, weather & temp sensing device. It was surprising to know that these people are not engineers. We can expect some innovative devices for utilities when they have some more knowledge and idea about presenting it. We would like to congratulate this group for their effort and encourage them for continuing their work for more innovation. All of the showcases were like regular except for this guys. So we highly recommend to visit these guys if you want to encourage them more.
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