We have started a new section to give place for customer voice. This time, it is from a die hard Ntc fan. He mentions ten benefits of using Ntc Namaste SIM card. If you also want to put your voice regarding any telecom services in Nepal, do contact us or from our fb page.
In the section, we will just give space to the voice from customers view point. People can always argue on this part for his voice.
Here are the ten benefits of using Ntc GSM SIM card also called Namaste SIM card, which is written by Mr. Amit Shah.
- The call rate from Ntc to any other Ntc number is Rs 1.88 ( including taxes). The pulse rate for the voice call is 10 seconds so customer will be charged in multiple of 10 seconds. Read here for more about pulse rate.
- Ntc customers can activate FNF service freely, that allows discounted call rate of 70 paisa for 5 Ntc numbers. Read here for more.
- Toll free numbers can be used freely from Ntc SIM card.
- Several data packs can be used to use affordable internet service through Ntc Namaste SIM.
- Ntc customer can take Namaste credit that helps to make a call or use data when you are low in balance. Read here for more.
- Ntc voice packs can be used to make voice calls at affordable rates.
- Same Namaste SIM card can be used to pay bills or recharge for ADSL, WiMAX and more services using Nt recharge card.
- Several festival offers will be there for exciting offers for Namaste sim owners benefit.
- Ntc SIM can make a call to several important numbers like 100 for Nepal police, 103 for Traffic police, 101 for Fire control etc
- International calls can be made easily and at affordable rates through access code 1424.
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