Ncell, the private telecom operator of Nepal, has started an online recharge service. Ncell online recharge can be done through debit and credit card of Visa, Master Card, and Union pay. Through a new portal, Ncell customers can recharge their prepaid balance or pay their bill of the postpaid phone in Nepal.
Ncell started this recharge service to encourage people for digital service. The traditional recharge or pay bill of their mobile can also be done through the online means using the recharge card PIN. As Ncell provided this recharge service, Ntc also adds this feature to top-up their mobile from bank cards. Read more on this Ntc online recharge.
How to recharge Ncell mobile online or through bank card?
Here are the steps for the Ncell recharge.
To recharge Ncell mobile online, you either need to have a bank card (debit or credit) from Master card or Visa or Union pay.
Then Visit the Ncell portal (https://payment.ncell.axiata.com/) or use Ncell official app.
Enter the mobile number only and select the balance amount to top-up for recharge through bank cards. OR directly input the mobile number and recharge PIN in case of recharge through the recharge card.
After clicking next, you will be asked to put the card number and details. Then the recharge will be done through the card. As they are using the TLS protocol, the data communication is known to be secure.
It seems that Ncell has partnered with Nabil for the online recharge service, as we can see the Nabil bank logo in the portal while putting the card details.
Ncell is also encouraging their digital interaction with customers through online chat and social media feedback/ comments. They are even entertaining people’s problems and feedback from social media (Fb, Twitter) to solve the problem instantly. Don’t forget to read Important numbers/codes in Ncell.
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