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Ncell keeps on bringing new and innovative services to people. This time, Ncell has launched a service called low balance call with which customers can make calls even if they have got no or low balance.
You may wonder how is this possible because normally the caller or the originator is charged of the call. But here, this new service will charge the receiver if such calls are made properly and received.
If you want to use the service, you need to dial 17102 followed by the number whom you are calling. Then the call charge will be taken from receiver’s balance.
To use the low balance call service, you need
READ: Ncell Voice pack
As per Ncell, there is no service charge for this kind of peculiar service. Instead the normal call charge will be applied to the receiver. So, Ncell will charge Rs 1.99 per minute call (Rs 2.54 including taxes) to the receiver. The amount will also cut from main balance.
Ncell customer can make the low balance call only for 4 times per day. But you need to make sure the receiver picks up your call for all the time.
To make call through, the receiver also needs to have sufficient balance. If the receiver does not have enough balance in the main balance, then the call will not be successful.
Ncell also has a loan service that allows you to get Rs 40 as a balance to use the telecom service when you do not have sufficient balance (less than or equal to Rs 5). The loan service saves your worry to use the service when you could not recharge your balance. Comparing it to the loan service, this low balance call service is even more beneficial as you can make call in an urgent basis without enabling any service. Plus the added advantage is you will not be charged of the call or any service charge later.
Do not forget to read Ncell unlimited data pack at Rs 20.
Tell us what do you think of Ncell low balance call service? Will you be using such service and when, please comment below.